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These worksheets can be used to teach students about volume, or how much space a solid figure takes up. Worksheets require students to count cubes and calculate volume using multiplication.
Most of the worksheets on this page align with the Common Core Standards. To see CCSS connections, simply click the apple core icon ().
Volume CubesVolume Cubes - Easy Free
Count the number of cubic units in each shape and write the volume.Â There are no hidden cubes on this worksheet.More Volume Cubes - Easy Member
Count the cubes to find the volume of each shape. This level does not contain hidden cubes.Volume Cubes - Intermediate Member
How many cubic units make up each of these shapes? Count the cubes, but don't forget to include the assumed "hidden" cubes that you can't see.More Volume Cubes - Intermediate Member
Count the cubes to determine the volume. This level has some cubes that cannot be seen ("hidden cubes").Volume Cubes - Advanced Member
This worksheet contains large volume cube shapes. Determine the number of cubic units for each shape. These solid shapes are very tricky, so students will need to count carefully.
Volume of Rectangular PrismsVolume - Rectangular Prisms Member
Students multiply three numbers together to find the volume of each rectangular prism shape.Rectangular Prism Volume Member
This volume worksheet includes 4 types of problems. There are rectangular prisms drawn with cubes and drawn with dimensions. There is also a word problem.Volume - Rectangular Prism Table Member
On this worksheet, students must use data in the table to calculate volume. Then, they color the boxes the correct colors according to their answers.Volume - Rectangular Prisms 2 Member
Multiply the length by width by height to determine the volume of each rectangular prism.
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