Unit Overview: Volume

Lessons:

5 lessons

Volume: To read scales when measuring volume

In this lesson, we will revise what you may already know about volume and investigate reading scales. By the end of this lesson we will be more confident how to read different scales and intervals.

• 1 Quiz
• 11m Video
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To investigate and explain cubed numbers

In this lesson, we will be exploring cubed units. We will investigate what we mean by cube numbers and relate this to our work on volume. By the end of this lesson we will be able explain, draw and find cube numbers.

• 2 Quizzes
• 10m Video
• Presentation(PPT)
• Worksheet
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To estimate the volume of objects

In this lesson, we will be combining our new knowledge of cubic units and our work from lesson one on volume. We will work on understanding what cubic centimetre looks like in real life and have a go at estimating the volume of objects we see every day.

• 2 Quizzes
• 13m Video
• Presentation(PPT)
• Worksheet
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To describe volume in cubic units

In this lesson, we will use our knowledge from the previous lesson to find the volume of different shapes. We will start by looking at the three different dimensions of real life objects and then use measurements to help us find volume. By the end of this lesson, you will begin to be able to find the volume of different 3D shapes.

• 2 Quizzes
• 16m Video
• Presentation(PPT)
• Worksheet
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To convert units of volume

In this lesson, we will explore volume in relation to liquids. We will look at the relationships between cubic centimetres and millilitres.

• 2 Quizzes
• 13m Video
• Presentation(PPT)
• Worksheet
• Transcript