Surface Area & Volume of Household Objects
I brought in different objects that the students could choose from to find the surface area and volume of. If they had their own objects, they could use those as well.
We focused on rectangular prisms; you could also include other objects such as triangular prisms, pyramids, cylinders, etc.
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