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# Volume Teacher Resources

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170
6th - 8th
3.5/5 Stars

For this rectangular prisms worksheet, students find the volume and surface area for the rectangular prisms. Students solve 3 problems.

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6th - 8th
3.5/5 Stars

In this prisms, pyramids and spheres instructional activity, students compute the volume of given shapes. This one-page instructional activity contains 8 multi-step problems. Answers are provided at the top of the page.

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9th
2.0/5 Stars

Ninth graders calculate the density of the material in aluminum. In this geometry lesson, pupils find the volume of cylinders and other polygons. They apply properties of cylinders to the real world.

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7th
3.0/5 Stars

Seventh graders explore the the constituents and properties of matter. They use the scientific process while exploring solids, liquids, gases, the mass, volume and density of matter. Students plan and conduct an investigation to measure length, mass, volume, density, and other characteristics of matter.

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6th
3.0/5 Stars

Sixth graders find the scale factors for length, area and volume. They identify the center point of an enlargement and place similar objects to show a negative enlargement. They report the results of an exploration of scale factors in a concise, clear way supported with a poster.

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10th - 12th
3.0/5 Stars

Students use the relationship between volume and surface area to construct a box out of a piece of paper that maximizes volume using a table and by using graphing and calculus techniques.

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8th
3.0/5 Stars

Eighth graders examine that volume in the amount of space in a solid figure and then determine the volume for cubes and rectangular prisms. They participate in finding the volume for questions that are presented in this lesson.

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6th - 9th
3.0/5 Stars

Students participate in several density lab activities in order to clarify the misconceptions that solids sink and liquids float. Students work with triple beam balances to find mass of objects to calculate density.

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9th - 12th
3.0/5 Stars

Students collect, analyze, and interpret real-world data to find an inverse relationship between pressure and volume.

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10th - 11th
3.0/5 Stars

Learners determine the density of metal shot by a graphical method using significant digits in making measurements and calculations. Students graph a seris of laboratory measurements and determine density from a mass verses volume graph.