# 5th Grade Common Core: 5.MD.5

Common Core Identifier: 5.MD.5 / Grade: 5
Curriculum: Measurement And Data: Geometric Measurement: Understand Concepts Of Volume And Relate Volume To Multiplication And To Addition.
Detail: Relate volume to the operations of multiplication and addition and solve real world and mathematical problems involving volume.
16 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
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.
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.
Students multiply three numbers together to find the volume of each rectangular prism shape.
Multiply the length times width times height to determine the volume of each rectangular prism.
Practice calculating volume, converting pounds to ounces, and more with this last set of 5th grade daily word problems.
Students use the formula for finding volume of a rectangular prism. This worksheet uses decimals in one, two, or all three dimensions.
On these worksheets, your students can review: decimal place value, triangle classification, multi-digit multiplication and division, reading pie graphs, and solving word problems.
Multiply length × width × height to find the volume of each holiday gift box shown.
Students find the volume of 12 rectangular prisms with decimal dimension measurements.
Find the perimeter of a quadrilateral by adding the sides (decimal units). Find the least common multiple (LCM) of a pair of numbers. Answer questions about points on a coordinate grid. Multiply mixed numbers and fractions together. Count cubes to find the volume of an irregular solid.
This set has more perimeter, area, and volume problems. There are also a few problems on multiplying and dividing fractions. Students will complete a factor tree. Each worksheet also has a word problem to solve.
Calculate the volume of this moving van to find out how much space the family has to fit everything in it.
Using the table, students find the volume of various boxes and color the illustrations based on the results. Decimals are used in the measurements of the sides.
For the fifteenth week, pupils will demonstrate the following mathematical concepts: finding least common multiple (LCM) of two numbers, writing decimal numbers in standard form, multiplying 4-digit by 2-digit numbers, dividing numbers with double-digit divisors, and calculating the volume of a rectangular prism.
This set of daily word problems includes calculating volume, comparing fractions, and more key elementary math concepts.
Find the volume of the planter to figure out how much soil is needed to fill it.
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