I'm making it my mission to take some of the most irrelevant, abstract concepts for students, and turning them into FUN color-by-number activities. Why should these fun coloring activities stop once kids leave elementary school? Watch your students actually care about their answers as they quietly work to color each picture correctly. You can assess their progress quickly, just by glancing to see if they colored their pictures correctly.
The directions for students are as follows: Complete the problems in each row. Circle the correct answer. Match the problem numbers with the color you circled to create a colorful picture. For example, if you get the answer 8 in. for problem #3, you should use black to color all of the sections labeled with a 3. If you get the answer 6 in., you should use red to color all the sections labeled with a 3.
These problems are all for rectangular prisms. Some questions involve fractional edge lengths.
Want more? Check out one of these other fun volume activities:
- This is the best Volume War card game available on TpT! You get 64 colorful cards!
- How are kids supposed to get excited about finding the volume of rectangular prisms with fractional edge lengths? By playing Bingo, that's how!
Volume Voyage station activity
- Want to make volume questions fun and keep your student active? Well let your students "voyage" around the room as part of the Volume Voyage activity!
- Cut out the squares. Complete the puzzle by matching the question side of one square to the side of another square with the correct answer. Eventually, your teacher will show you how to read the secret message!
Munchy Math Snacks
- Here's an opportunity to let your students incorporate real-life math, food, art, and volume into one activity!
Safe Cracker - Volume
Students can become world famous safe crackers! Your students will use the clues and their math skills to help crack the safes, in order to claim the prizes found inside!