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# Volume by Counting Cubes Worksheets

Employ this batch of finding the volume by counting the cubes printable worksheets to familiarize students of grade 5, grade 6, and grade 7 with the concept of volume. Featured here are a variety of skills like counting the unit cubes to determine the volume, drawing prisms using the given dimensions, finding the volume of rectangular prisms and solid blocks. The problems are presented in easy and moderate levels of difficulty. Use our isometric dot paper template for more practice. Print our free volume worksheets and begin your practice!

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Volume by Counting Unit Cubes | Isometric Dot Paper

Analyze each 3D shape presented on the isometric dot paper. Count the unit cubes to determine the volume. These handouts are ideal for 5th grade students.

Draw Rectangular Prisms and Find the Volume

The three dimensions of each prism are specified. Draw a rectangular prism on the isometric sheet using these dimensions. Count the cubes to find the volume of each rectangular prism.

Volume of Rectangular Prisms | Unit Cubes – Easy

Visualize the rectangular prisms as layers of unit cubes, and establish that the sum of the volumes of each layer is the volume of the prism. Count the unit cubes in each layer, and sum them up to determine the volume.

Volume of Rectangular Prisms | Unit Cubes – Moderate

Advance your practice with this moderate set presenting larger prisms composed of unit cubes. Count the unit cubes along the length, width, and height of the prisms. Plug these counts in the formula "length * width * height" to calculate volume.

Volume of Rectangular Prisms | Different Scale

Each rectangular prism comes with a different scale. Count the cubes and multiply with the specified scale to compute the volume of each rectangular prism.

Volume of Solid Blocks | Unit Cubes – Easy

Want to take a break from rectangular prisms? Start finding the volume of some other figures made of unit cubes. Here’s an interesting exercise featuring a wide range of rectilinear figures to reinforce the concept among kids.

Volume of Solid Blocks | Unit Cubes – Moderate

Irregular figures are composed of one to four layers of cubes. Also, the volumes of the cubes vary from figure to figure. Count the cubes in each layer and multiply it with the indicated scale to figure out the volume.

Volume of Solid Blocks | Different Scale

Each of the nine solid blocks in this section of 6th grade and 7th grade pdf worksheets has a different scale. Count the cubes and multiply with the scale to find the volume of each solid block.

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