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Practice and mastery of Additive Volume is easy with this Math Mastery Packet! This set of printable worksheets is perfect for practicing key skills, independent practice, small group work, intervention, homework, and yes..... test prep!Click here to see the BUNDLE of ALL FIFTH GRADE Measurement Mat
Finding volume of composed figures or additive volume is an important skill that 4th and 5th grade students need to master. This no-prep, print and go additive volume worksheets packet is perfect for extra practice of this concept. Perfect for an entire week of math homework that isn't overwhelming
In this VIRTUAL PUZZLE with instant feedback, students calculate the VOLUME of COMPOSITE 3D SOLIDS composed of RECTANGULAR PRISMS. Printable WORKSHEETS are included! Perfect for DISTANCE LEARNING, HYBRID, OR IN-CLASS...it's a highly engaging, collaborative, and motivational practice or review activi
Step-by-step directions on how to solve a composed figure. Differentiated worksheets. Challenge: volume of a composed figure with decimal side lengths.
Students will build upon the knowledge of the volume formula for a rectangular prism and apply it to a composite figure. A composite figure is a figure with two combined rectangular prisms. Students will split the composite figure into individual rectangular prisms, find the volume of each, and th
5th, Adult Education
Help your students build a strong foundation in volume concepts with this set of task cards and printables, the perfect print-and-go resource for beginning volume concepts. The 32 task cards and graphic reference sheet will provide your students with practice counting and computing with cubes to
This is a set of 15 volume questions that are intended to be cut out and assembled into a paper chain. Students start at the "Start" link and will by find the next link in the chain by matching the answer to the "Start" link to a chain that has that answer at the top. Students continue to build th
7th Grade Math Areas of Composite Figures in a PowerPoint PresentationThis slideshow lesson is very animated with a flow-through technique. I developed the lesson for my 7th grade class, Pre-Pre-Algebra, but it can also be used for upper level class reviews. This lesson teaches how to find the are
In this Volume of Cylinder, Cone & Sphere - Real World Problems , students will be calculating the volume of 10 objects with cylindrical, conical or spherical shape that we use on our daily life. We use fish tanks, cans, traffic cones, bowling balls and water tanks. The first 3 problems (3 objec
This product primarily focuses on finding the volume of rectangular prisms and triangular prisms and finding the surface area of rectangular prisms, triangular prisms, and pyramids. To indoctrinate the students to solid (3-dimensional) figures and build enthusiasm, however, it first includes a compe
Students will have a great time practicing finding the area of composite figures with a game of BINGO!The game includes 16 problem cards with figures that include circles, half circles, quarter circles, rectangles, parallelograms, trapezoids, and triangles.The game is intended to be played in groups
6th - 8th
Math Teacher's Got Problems's presents you with a print ready foldable and activity for teaching students how to calculate the volume of rectangular and triangular prisms and pyramids. The foldable breaks down the process by requiring students to calculate big B(area of the base) as the first step,
6th - 10th
This mini-bundle contains the following resources on the topic of Area, Surface Area, & Volume of Composite Figures:1) Notes + Practice Problems for each individual topic2) Supplemental Practice Activities3) Constructed Response Practice4) 10 Question QuizNOTE: This practice does NOT include cir
This resource contains:1) Area of Composite Figures NOTES & PRACTICE Review of Area Formulas: Squares, Rectangles, Parallelograms, Triangles, Trapezoids Practice sectioning composite figures efficiently and identifying any missing side lengthsPractice finding area of composite figuresPractice fi
This resource contains: 1) 12 Questions on the topic of Area, Surface Area, & Volume of Composite Figures:Questions 1 - 6 are simply determining what type of calculation should be made given a real-world situation.Questions 7 - 12 are application questions, 2 area, 2 surface area, and 2 volume.2
This resource contains:1) A 10 question (multiple choice) quiz on the topic of Area, Surface Area, & Volume of Composite Figures2) Two formats included:PrintableA version for Google Forms, automatically graded (link included in the PDF download)3) Answer KeyNOTE: This practice does NOT include c
This activity was created for my middle school math stations on surface aea and volume. It will give your students the opportunity to each complete a unique set of problems. They roll dice to determine values for the dimensions of a 3-D figure composed of right prisms. Then, they use those values to
This resource contains 10 multiple choice questions providing practice with AREA, SURFACE AREA, & VOLUME of Composite 2D & 3D Figures. Two formats are included:PrintableSelf-Graded version for Google Forms (link provided in the PDF download)NOTE: This practice does NOT include circular compo
This resource contains the following items:1) Surface Area of Composite 3D Figures NOTES & PRACTICE Review Volume of 3D figuresSteps to finding volume of composite 3D figuresPractice finding volume of composite 3D figures2) Answer Key to All PartsNOTE: This practice does NOT include circular co
This resource contains the following items:1) Surface Area of Composite 3D Figures NOTES & PRACTICE Review Surface Area of 3D figures: Cubes & Right PrismsUnderstanding composite 3D figures Practice finding surface area of composite 3D figures2) Answer Key to All PartsNOTE: This practice do
This resource contains:1) Area of Composite Figures PARTNER PRACTICEStudents will practice finding the area of composite figures (including some figures where they are asked to find the area of the shaded portion only).There are two forms of the practice, (9 questions each) with a total of 18 differ
Looking to up the rigor in your class! This set of Volume Task Cards will do it! Have your students attempt these 16 challenging Volume Task Cards. I have seen time and again how comfortable students get to using the Volume formula but tweak the figure slightly and you will see their wheels turning
5th - 8th
#distancelearning #distancelearningtpt This set of 16 BOOM™ Cards provides students with practice finding the volume of the following three-dimensional figures: cubes, rectangular prisms, triangular prisms, pentagonal + hexagonal prisms (area of base is given for pent/ hex prisms). All figures are
6th - 7th
This resource contains the following items:1) THREE constructed response questions in two different formats:Printable PDFVersion for Google Slides (link contained in PDF)2) Simple Grading recommendation rubric3) Answer KeyNOTE: This practice does NOT include circular composite figures, only those li

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