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 two-dimensional or 2D shapes and the second category comprises of three-dimensional 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.
Guides students through determining the surface area of a cube.View worksheet
Students learn step by step how to determine the volume of a cube.View worksheet
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.View worksheet
Independent Practice 2
Students find the surface area and volume of cubes. The answers can be found below.View worksheet
Students are provided with 12 problems to achieve the concepts of Surface Area & Volume of a Cube. An example is also provided.View worksheet
This tests the students ability to understand Surface Area & Volume of a Cube.View worksheet
Answers for the homework and quiz.View worksheet
Answer Key Part 2
Answers for lessons and both practice sheets.View worksheet
Question: Why did the cube cross the road to the third
Answer: The second dimension was too square.