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Finding the volume, or the amount of space, inside a rectangular prism can be as simple as counting the number of unit cubes it takes to fill the shape. But students don’t have to count the unit cubes one-by-one. They can also break apart the prisms layer-by-layer and count in groups of 4, for example. Another way to figure out the volume is through a formula: length × width × height.

This PowerPoint lesson is a multi-click animation sequence that introduces standards-based math skills and concepts. Also includes three practice pages at levels A (below grade level), B (at grade level), and C (above grade level), which may be distributed according to students' abilities!

This PowerPoint lesson is a multi-click animation sequence that introduces standards-based math skills and concepts. Also includes three practice pages at levels A (below grade level), B (at grade level), and C (above grade level), which may be distributed according to students' abilities!

Grade 5

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