# Volume of a Rectangular Prism Worksheets

This compilation of free printable volume of a rectangular prism worksheets comes in handy when middle school students struggle to determine the volume of rectangular prisms. Bolster practice with exercises presented as 3D shapes with dimensions expressed as integers, decimals, and fractions. Instantly calculate the volumes using the formula V = lwh.

These pdf worksheets are specially designed for students of the 7th grade and 8th grade.

Volume of Rectangular Prisms - Counting Unit Cubes

Master the technique of determining the volume of rectangular prisms and more by counting the number of unit cubes each figure is composed of.

Volume of Rectangular Prisms - Cubes

Give free rein to the geometric genius within you as you tackle exercises where the task is to calculate the volume of cubes using the relevant formula.

Finding Volume of Rectangular Prisms | Integers - Using Base Area

This easy-to-use toolkit packed with pdf worksheets for grade 7 and grade 8 children to determine the volume of rectangular prisms covers a great spectrum of exercises presenting the base area of the prism as integers.

Finding Volume of Rectangular Prisms | Using Side Lengths - Easy

Enrich kids' practice of calculating the volume of right rectangular prisms using their length, width, and height, as they recognize each rectangular prism with a rectangular base and all vertices at 90-degree angles.

Finding Volume of Rectangular Prisms | Using Side Lengths - Moderate

Instruct 7th grade children to identify the three attributes of height, length, and width indicated on the rectangular prism and multiply the three to figure out the volume. These moderate level exercises have values ≥ 20.

Finding Volume of Rectangular Prisms | Sides - Fractions

Get your head around what a rectangular prism is and how its volume is found with our thoughtfully designed worksheets, featuring rectangular prisms whose side measures are denoted as fractions.

Finding Volume of Rectangular Prisms | Sides - Decimals

Traverse through these pdf worksheets, where the task is for kids to plug in the measures of length, height, and width expressed as decimals in the formula V=l*w*h and find the volume of each rectangular prism.