Volume Lesson for Interactive Math Notebooks

Volume Lesson for Interactive Math Notebooks
Volume Lesson for Interactive Math Notebooks
Volume Lesson for Interactive Math Notebooks
Volume Lesson for Interactive Math Notebooks
Volume Lesson for Interactive Math Notebooks
Volume Lesson for Interactive Math Notebooks
Volume Lesson for Interactive Math Notebooks
Volume Lesson for Interactive Math Notebooks
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  1. Are you interested in using Interactive Math Notebooks this year? This bundle includes lessons for every fith grade Common Core math standard, as well as a set up guide to help you organize your notebooks.Every lesson in this bundle includes a reference sheet, a reflection sheet and rubric to hel
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Are you using Interactive Math Notebooks this year? Use this lesson on volume as a part of your math notebook. It includes a reference page that gives students a pictoral model of volume as well as the formula to compute volume. It also has a reflection with 5 choices of ways to reflect and a rubric for self-evaluation.

This meets Common Core Math Standards: 5.MD.C.3, 5.MD.C.4 AND 5.MD.C.5. It also meets the UK National Curriculum Maths Programme standards for Year 7.

This lesson is included in my 5th Grade Common Core Bundle.

Here is a complete list of the lessons available for your interactive math notebooks:

Problem Solving Strategies

Number Sense

Place Value
Number Lines Expanded Notation
Using a Hundreds Chart
Comparing Numbers
Comparing Decimals
What is an Odd Number?
Rules for Even and Odd Numbers
Rounding Whole Numbers
Rounding Decimals
Prime or Composite
Square Numbers
Triangular Numbers
Negative Numbers
Decimal Place Value


Fact Families
Number Pairs Skip Counting
Properties of Addition
Adding Multiples of 5
Addition Mental Math Strategies
Addition with Regrouping
Adding Near Multiples
Using Addition to Solve Subtraction
Subtraction with Regrouping
Basic Multiplication Doubling and Halving
Properties of Multiplication
Multiplication Mental Math Strategies
Multiplying by Multiples of 10
Multiplication in Words
Multiplication with Regrouping
Multiplying Multi-digit Numbers
Basic Division Division in Words Division with Remainders Dividing by Multiples of 10 Long Division Real Life Remainders
Finding Factors
Using Parentheses
Order of Operations


Using a Calendar
Telling Time
Using 24 Hour Time
Elapsed Time
Time Zones
Counting US Money
Using a Ruler
Metric Measurements
Customary Measurements
Using Appropriate Measurements
Capacity Measurements
Weight Measurements
Area and Perimeter Area of a Triangle Surface Area Volume


2-Dimensional Shapes 3-Dimensional Shapes Symmetry Types of Lines Types of Quadrilaterals Types of Triangles Angles of a Triangle Types of Angles
Scaling an Image


Types of Graphs
Line Plot Graphs
Mean, Median and Mode
Coordinate Graphing

Fractions & Decimals

What is a Fraction?
Fractions on a Number Line
Converting Between Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions
Adding and Subtracting Fractions with Unlike Denominators
Finding the Fraction of a Number
Comparing Fractions
Equivalent Fractions
Operations with Fractions
Multiplying by Fractions
Dividing by Fractions
Decimal Basics
Adding & Subtracting Decimals
Multiplying Decimals
Dividing Decimals
Least Common Multiples
Greatest Common Factors

Pre Algebra

Using Variables
Input Output Boxes


You can also find these Interactive Math Notebook bundles in my store:
2nd Grade Common Core Bundle
3rd Grade Common Core Bundle
4th Grade Common Core Bundle
5th Grade Common Core Bundle


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Relate volume to the operations of multiplication and addition and solve real world and mathematical problems involving volume.
Measure volumes by counting unit cubes, using cubic cm, cubic in, cubic ft, and improvised units.
Recognize volume as an attribute of solid figures and understand concepts of volume measurement.
Total Pages
3 pages
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
1 hour
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