This is the best Volume War card game available on TpT! You get 64 cards!
This product is the best, because of the variety of volume illustrations available for you, all in printable sheets. You don't have to purchase or alter real playing cards. You don't have to just hope that kids can visualize 3D figures. The game doesn't get stale, because I have included several Joker cards with special volume tasks. It doesn't get better than this!
Just print the cards, have the students cut along the lines. Display the rule sheet, and you're set!
Your kids will love it, and they will learn how to calculate volume in a variety of ways. Check out the images to see the wide range of questions. Please note, all figures are rectangular prisms, with whole numbers for edge lengths.
The basic rule of the game is easy. Draw 2 cards, just like in the regular game of war. Find the volume of the figure on each card. The winner is the player whose card has the figure with the greatest volume.
Want more? Check out one of these other fun volume activities:
- 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!
Volume Color-by-Number Activity
- Complete the problems in each row. Circle the correct answer. Match the problem numbers with the color you circled to create a colorful picture!
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!
You can also check out Area War with Rectangles and Composite Figures
and Area War with Triangles, Parallelograms, Trapezoids, and Composite Figures