Felicity Smith

# Volume math activities

Explore fun and interactive volume math activities to help students grasp the concept of volume. Enhance their learning experience and make math enjoyable with these top ideas.

### Get kids excited about math with these engaging volume activities that build conceptual understanding of reactgnular prisms.

Ute Frankenberg-Höge

### Students benefit from hands-on activities to help boost their conceptual understanding of math. This focuses on measuring liquid volume.

Sidney Kirchhoff-Leabo

### Free fifth grade centers, anchor chart, interactive notebook, and printable activities for teaching volume in upper elementary.

Julie Betz

### perimeter area volume surface area net base area square rectangle triangle cube rectangular prisms (or cuboid) prism length width height base units square units side

Nishi Kisoon

### Kids connect to math when they have a good visual! Do you need some ideas for objects you can grab from your home to represent right rectangular prisms during your volume unit? I'm sharing a list of some basic items along with an idea for how to turn them into an impromptu classwork assignment with your students.

Terry's Teaching Tidbits

### Are you in search of engaging and student-friendly worksheets to help your second-grade students understand and practice measuring volume? Look no further! Our new collection of measuring volume worksheets is the perfect resource to introduce this concept to your young learners. With clear and concise instructions, colorful visuals, and a variety of exercises, these worksheets will provide ample opportunities for students to grasp the concept of measuring volume and apply it in real-world…

Isabella Zizzi

### Before moving on to measuring volume, take a few minutes to review what it means to measure area. When we measure area, we are measuring the surface space inside the boundary of a two-dimensional (flat) shape. We measure area using square units. When we measure volume, we measure the amount of space a three-dimensional (solid) shape […]

Ants N Errin Sandobal

### Today, I wanted students to get a "real feel" for the volume of rectangular prisms. We learned the formula yesterday and I felt as if they u...

Lawna Greene

### Volume is can be a tricky concept for my fifth graders to understand. They always want to revert back to their fourth grade knowledge of area and perimeter. I’ve finally settled on a hands-on activity that allows the kids to explore volume and discover the volume formula on their own.

Alissa Dyer