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This resource is everything you need to set up an awesome volume and surface area project, just add students, cardboard and tape!!! Students will build a city and calculate the volume and surface area of each building. They must create prisms and pyramids to make their cities.The project asks the
Grades:
6th - 10th

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Give your students the chance to build their own city from scratch with MATHVILLE! In this project students will go through 6 phases where you will measure, calculate, cut, color, build, paste, and use your math problem solving skills to construct the city from scratch. Students will calculate the
Students work together in groups to construct 3-D figures from nets, build a CASTLE, calculate the surface area and volume, and compete to make the most creative castle! This project is a must-have for studying surface area and volume!Castle CreationIn this package:- Student packet that includes gui
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6th - 8th
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Note: Toilet Paper Geometry is formatted using US Standard units involving inches and feet, square inches and square feet, and cubic inches. The worksheets are NOT available in metric units. Toilet Paper Geometry Project is also available in the following packages at a discount: 1) Middle School
Cylinders Surface Area and Volume Project | PDF and Digital Versions: In this resource, students must find the surface area and volume of different cylinders as well as the surface area of a living room. Students are asked to buy paint for their homes. They are given three different options and must
This hands on Geometry Project will have your students using their creativity to construct a critter and calculate his surface area and volume. I have had much success with this project over the years and provide sample past projects on my website: http://www.meghanbenson.comIncluded in this PDF do
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7th - 10th
I use this as a volume and surface area project for my 7th and 8th grade students. Students receive the following instructions: You have been hired to design and create a new unique candy container for a candy shop. Your candy container can be any 3-D shape, but keep in mind that you will have to
Students are given a generic cereal (I used Cheerios) and told to create the most cost-efficient and desirable packaging to attract consumers to buy their cereal over their competitors (their classmates!) Each group finds out their profit considering factors such as price of packaging, cost to buye
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6th - 9th
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Using household items, students will create a three dimensional creation and then calculate the area and volume of their shape. This is a great way to combine creativity with art and math! Included you will receive a detailed project sheet, a sheet for students to complete their volume and surface
Differentiate, scaffold, and provide choice for your students while they practice finding surface area and volume! This project gives students the freedom to create any object in the shape of a prism or composite solid figure. Students will create a net or nets, assemble their figure, and then calcu
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5th - 6th
Engage students in hands-on, relevant learning with this volume and surface area project. Students begin by analyzing a real scenario and using volume, surface area, and reasoning to answer three prompts. The focus of the discovery worksheet is on cones, cylinders, and spheres as aligned to the ei
This is a project students beg to do every year! Students use a candy box to create an enlarged image (either 3, 4, or 5 times its original size). They will draw and color an enlarged, three-dimensional version of their original box. Dimensions (using correct units) as well as both surface area and
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6th - 9th
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Students will use surface area, area, volume and percents as this math story asks them to design a capsule to land on Mars. The capsule must maximize volume while minimizing surface area, all while staying within a budget. This math story includes a video launch, to "hook" your students. Rather th
Students will enjoy this real-world project where they are asked to create a proposal for a custom backyard for Mr. and Mrs. Green. Students are given specifics on what the Greens would like for their new backyard as well as a budget. They are required to create a scaled drawing of the layout, sho
SQUAREA (a hybrid word I created which stands for "Square Area") is a hands-on math project that helps students to discover area, volume, and surface area in a very concrete, visual manner. Students measure objects in a classroom, create square feet, draw square inches, construct cubic feet, constr
This is a great review project that I use with my class to give real world examples of finding surface area and volume. Student will be able to calculate problems and insert answers into a Google Slide. This project is meant to be used with Google Classroom and can be used as an assignment and a cop
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6th
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Description: Journey into history and the fascinating world of Archimedes’. Follow his footsteps as he determines the ratio “pi”, discovers the relationship between a sphere and a cylinder, and helps King Hiero determine the density of his crown! This project integrates history, physics, and mathem
Students choose three options by using the tic-tac-toe game. They choose a diagonal, a row, or a column for their three assessment pieces to show their understanding of surface area & volume and the relationship those two have. This can be done as an in or out of class project, extra credit, and
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6th - 8th
Students will explore surface area and volume with this real world project. Students will first choose to create a mobile, flip book, Google Slides/Power Point presentation, or poster explaining what surface area and volume are. They will next be challenged to design a donut box using surface are
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5th - 7th
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Students love this project! They take everyday objects and create a 3D model including a pyramid, cylinder, sphere, cone and prism. The then calculate the surface area and volume of each shape to demonstrate their understanding of formulas.
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6th - 8th
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Students are to use the engineer design process and create a box that will fit 15 small candies (white and green mints, red hot mints, etc.). They need to find the surface area and volume of their candy box. Great hands on assessment and team work for math!
Grades:
4th - 12th
The castle building project includes instructions, a guided measurements chart for students to fill out, and a rubric for easy grading of math content and creativity. The project requires students to build a castle. The students must then find the area and perimeter of triangles, squares, rectangle
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6th - 10th
Students will create a cake design using TinkerCad. They will calculate the volume, surface area, and estimate a price quote for their cake. I have attached some tips/tricks/ideas that I thought might be helpful or to extend the depth of the project. 7th grade CC standards.
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After learning the volume and surface area of a cylinder, this project is a great way to check for understanding! Students are given a task of finding how to double the volume of a given can without changing the surface area too much. The task gives the original can and 3 options for them to choose.

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