Surface Area and Volume of a Cube Worksheets
So, How Do You Determine the Surface Area and Volume of a Cube? When it comes to shapes, there are two categories. The first category consists of twodimensional or 2D shapes and the second category comprises of threedimensional or 3D shapes. Square, circle, rectangles, triangles, trapezium are all examples of 2D shapes. When talking about 3D shapes, the square turns into a cube, a circle into a sphere, a rectangle into a cuboid, and a triangle into a prism. So, how do we find the surface area and volume of a cube? Cubes are the easiest to work with, why? Because they have equal dimensions. To find the surface area; all you need to do is, find the area of one side and multiple it by 6. Surface area = 6 × 2l. When it comes to volume, you have to multiply the length three times and you will get your answer. Volume = 3l.

Intermediate Lesson
Students learn step by step how to determine the volume of a cube.
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Independent Practice 1
A really great activity for allowing students to understand the concepts of Surface Area & Volume of a Cube. Find the surface area (SA) or volume (V) for each cube.
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Independent Practice 2
Students find the surface area and volume of cubes. The answers can be found below.
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Homework Worksheet
Students are provided with 12 problems to achieve the concepts of Surface Area & Volume of a Cube. An example is also provided.
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Skill Quiz
This tests the students ability to understand Surface Area & Volume of a Cube.
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Question
Question: Why did the cube cross the road to the third
dimension?
Answer: The second dimension was too square.