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Bridge the gap between learning and doing with these free printable volume worksheets. Calculating the volume of 3D shapes is a vital skill that students in grade 4 through high school are expected to acquire. Volume is nothing but the measure of how much space an object occupies, and is expressed in cubic units. Set the stage with adequate practice using these pdfs on counting cubes, step up to finding the volume of 3D solid shapes like cubes, prisms, pyramids, cones, cylinders, compound shapes and much more. Instantly verify your answers with the answer key.

These worksheets are recommended for students of grades 4 through high school.

CCSS: 5.MD.4, 7.G.6, 8.G.9, G-GMD.3

Counting Cubes to Find the Volume

Make headway using this set of free printable worksheets on determining the volume by counting cubes that fill any 3D solid shape. Let 4th grade and 5th grade kids count unit cubes to measure the volume of each rectangular prism.

Sail through our volume of a cube pdfs perfect for 6th grade and 7th grade students. Multiply the measure of the edge thrice to compute the volume of these 3D solid shapes bound by six square faces.

Page through our volume of a triangular prism pdfs to help students in grade 7 and grade 8 practice determining the volume of solid shapes with triangular bases and rectangular side faces.

Instruct students to multiply the three dimensions of the rectangular prism the base, height and width to compute the volume of the prisms in this must-have collection of printable rectangular prism handouts.

Triangular, rectangular and trapezoidal prisms are what these printable mixed prism worksheets have in store for high school students. Identify the type of prism, apply appropriate volume formulas, plug in the dimensions and compute.

Funnels, barriers, party hats, and the ice cream cones are all 3D shapes with a circular face and an apex; cones in short. Direct students to plug the radius and height in the formula to compute the volume of each cone.

How quick are your 8th grade and high school students in finding the volume of cylinders? Check for yourself with these free pdfs that are a perfect tool in assessing skills. Assign the height and radius measures in the formula, and find the volume.

Test or recapitulate skills in calculating the volume of spheres with these printable exercises. Recall the volume of a sphere formula, plug in the radius, and compute the volume of each sphere.

Work your way through our free volume of a hemisphere worksheets by simply cubing the radius, and multiplying with the pi constant. Two-thirds of this product results in the volume of each hemisphere.

Make calculating the volume of rectangular and triangular pyramids extremely effortless with these printable worksheets on volume of mixed pyramids. Get high school students to use apt formulas and compute the volume of pyramids.

Are you looking for free high school revision worksheets to reaffirm skills in finding the volume of varied 3D shapes? Be it prisms, pyramids, cones, cylinders, spheres or hemispheres, these volume of mixed 3D shapes pdfs have them all covered.

A little practice in calculating the volume of composite or compound shapes made of two or more 3D shapes put together is definitely not a bad idea. Decompose the shape, find the volume of individual shapes, add or subtract to compute the volume of the shaded regions.