Geometry: Volume 1 - Volume of Prisms (+ worksheet)Quick View

Geometry: Volume 1 - Volume of Prisms (+ worksheet)

This is a whole lesson and worksheet on teaching the volume of prisms (Cuboids, Cylinders and Triangular Prisms. The PowerPoint is highly interactive with lots of custom animation. It goes through very clearly what a prism is (starter) and into the teaching. Includes full lesson objectives, key words, excellent teaching examples (lots of custom animation) and then use the worksheet i have created to give the pupils some practice. It comes with answers included. UPDATED !!! (with extra questions/answers and plenary) and is also part of a series / bundle !! 1. Volume of Prisms 2. Volume of Spheres and Cones 3. Volume of Pyramids 4. Volume of Frustrums ( new to GCSE ) NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for many more excellent free and premium resources and as always please rate and feedback. thank you.
Volume and Surface area!Quick View

Volume and Surface area!

Everything you need to teach volume and surface area for years 7-10! Each lesson includes: 5 a day starter, Progress tick slide, Differentiated, colour coded questions WITH answers, Plenary. Lesson 1: Volume and Surface Area of Cuboids! What is volume and how to find volume of cuboids with engaging crossword style worksheet. What is surface area and how to find SA of cubes and cuboids, with engaging worksheet which students can colour to find area of each side. Lesson 2: Volume of Cones, Pyramids and Spheres. Intro of volume of cones and pyramids with animated examples of each. Questions to display and an extension worksheet. Examples of volume of spheres with 5 min paired progress check, then individual work. Includes functional extension/plenary questions with pyramids and worded questions. Lesson 3: Volume of Other Shapes. Intro into finding volume of PRISMS! Includes animated examples with cylinders. RAGG questions with answers. Includes compound shapes as extension. Lesson 4: Surface Area of Prisms. What is surface area with animated examples of how to find area of each side of triangular prism clearly, then Qs. Examples of finding SA of more complicated shapes inc compound shapes, then differentiated Qs including worded Qs. Lesson 5: Surface Area of Cylinders. Step by step explanation of how to find the surface area of a cylinder, inc how we end up with the formula. Two whole class examples for progress check, then individual questions to complete, including extension question with missing volumes. Lesson 6: Surface area of Cones and Spheres. Full explanation of how we find and use the formula for cones with whole class examples, then individual questions. Then this process with spheres, plus worksheet. Extension with compound shapes. Self assessment plenary sheet. Lesson 7: Surface area of Cones using Pythagoras. Recap of how to find surface area of a cone. Introduction of how we can use Pythagoras to find the slanted height of the cone. With animated examples. Differentiated questions including finding SA of cones without Pythagoras to scaffold progress. Extension question of compound shape and self assessment plenary sheet to follow progress from last lesson. EXTRA! Learning Objective Sheet! Can be used as homework or as an activity during a consolidation lesson. This worksheet covers all topics in this bundle! This is a huge amount of lessons and activities that are sure to keep your classes busy for weeks. I hope it helps you save some time and effort. If you like my resources or think there is something more I can do, please comment and rate! Thank you =]
Similar shapes, area & Volume.Quick View

Similar shapes, area & Volume.

Lessons on how to find and prove shapes are similar, with their areas and volumes! And how to find missing lengths, areas and volumes. I used these lessons with a middle ability year 10 class, but can be mixed about for any ability or age. All lessons include: 5 a day starter, differentiated questions WITH answers, animated, simple examples, plenary Lesson 1: Similar shapes. Explains the definition of similar shapes and how to prove they are similar by finding all angles and sides are the same. Examples of how to find an use scale factor to prove this. Independent questions for students to work on with an exam style question for extension work. I have also included some extra slides I did not get round to using on how to use ratio to find missing sides and name the shape game to finish off the lesson. Lesson 2: Finding area of similar shapes. Clear, simple, animated examples on how to use linear scale factor to find area scale factor and therefore missing areas of similar shapes. Worksheet included for students to work on individually, as well as questions which can be displayed on the board. Lesson 3: Finding volume of similar shapes. Extension from last lesson, using the linear scale factor to find the scale factor used for volume of similar shapes. Clear, simple, animated examples with worksheets for students to complete, as well as questions which can be displayed on the board. Includes extension on working backwards to find the linear scale factors from area and volume scale factor, and extra extension activities which I did not get round to using myself. Hope some of you find this helpful and it saves you some time and stress! If you like my resources or think there is something more I can do to make them better, please comment and rate! Thank you =]]!
Cuboid VolumesQuick View

Cuboid Volumes

A colourful powerpoint and three worksheets to introduce or revise how to calculate the volume of a cuboid or cube using the formula. It begins with examples showing how centimetre cubes fit into larger boxes to explain where the formula comes from. There are practical examples plus extension activities for working out missing dimensions of sides and cubing numbers to find the volume of cubes. Enlarging shapes and converting cubic units are also mentioned. The three worksheets cover three different levels of difficulty and have problems similar to those in the powerpoint. GCSE 9-1 references G16, G14, G12, N2, N6 For more resources like this please visit my shop at
2016 AQA GCSE chemistry - Unit 3 - Lesson 7 - volumes and moles of gases - molar gas volumesQuick View

2016 AQA GCSE chemistry - Unit 3 - Lesson 7 - volumes and moles of gases - molar gas volumes

This is a very chunky powerpoint lesson covering volumes and moles of gases. Includes full lesson powerpoint and a number of different worksheets with answers in word and pdf format and a practical activity. Professor Bunsen resources are tested in school and make the new GCSE in chemistry engaging and exciting. Most importantly it could save you and your school time! The accompanying worksheet allows students to practice and for you to give feedback and help them to improve. The answers are included to help the busy teacher or non-specialist. These resources have been prepared for the new GCSE science examination specifications that are new for first teaching in 2016. Buy individual resources or a set of lessons. Fully resourced with Powerpoints, worksheets and lesson activities and key facts and opportunities for improvement and redrafting throughout.
Surface area and volume of buildingsQuick View

Surface area and volume of buildings

An activity I produced to add a bit of interest by calculating the surface area and volume of a range of buildings. PLEASE REVIEW / COMMENT. 2 versions - SmartBoard and Word.
Volume worksheetQuick View

Volume worksheet

A worksheet with quesitons about volume of cubes, cuboids and some compound 3D shapes. Answers provided.
GCSE Area,Perimeter, Surface Area, Compound Shape and Volume WorkbookQuick View

GCSE Area,Perimeter, Surface Area, Compound Shape and Volume Workbook

This is a work book to cover the following learning objectives: Calculate the perimeter and area and volume of regular and composite polygons including triangles. Work out an unlabeled side in a composite shape. Know how to make substitutions in a formula and work out the result Calculate surface area. Homework with answers included. Also included a matching activity for the formula of are and volume of shapes. Please my other workbooks for full lessons for GCSE and functional skills maths for £3 each in my shop lets get functional
BRAIN TEASERS: Riddles & Logic Puzzles - Volume 1Quick View

BRAIN TEASERS: Riddles & Logic Puzzles - Volume 1

Everyone loves riddles, logic puzzles, and critical thinking. Expand your students' brain power with this set of Brain Teasers to use as brain breaks! What's Included: • 30 different Brain Teasers in 2 great formats! (worksheet / pptx) • 3 worksheets of 10 Brain Teasers each (to use as handouts) • 1 stunning powerpoint of 30 Brain Teasers (to use as whole group) • Answers to all 30 Brain Teasers are included • There are 20 medium difficulty teasers and 10 even more difficult teasers. These Brain Teasers are great to use as class fillers in that final 5 minutes, a bellringer at the beginning of class, use them as a center activity, or maybe as a fun day. You may even want to include one Brain Teaser at the end of each chapter test as an extra credit bonus question (my students love this). Make it an ongoing competition by projecting the PowerPoint and having groups race to complete a few Brain Teasers every Friday. Whatever the format, you and your students will love these Brain Teasers! You can also get Brain Teasers: Volume 2. Enjoy teasing your brain and thank you so much for your ratings and feedback!
GCSE AQA Physics - P6.7 - Pressure and VolumeQuick View

GCSE AQA Physics - P6.7 - Pressure and Volume

New GCSE AQA Physics lesson on 'Pressure and Volume' written in line with new AQA Physics specification. Lesson Objectives: - Explain the effects of changing pressure on volume of a gas (and vice versa). - Use the equation ‘PV=constant’ (Boyle’s Law) to solve problems. - Correctly explain trends in terms of proportionality. - Explain the effects of quickly compressing a gas on temperature.
Year 3 capacity, mass and volume resourcesQuick View

Year 3 capacity, mass and volume resources

Range of resources to be used across a week on measurement. Can be adapted for different year group. Includes: ordering activity cards for both volume and mass differentiated worksheets for reading and converting ml and l differentiated worksheets for reading and converting g and kg display weight labels jug image to laminate which children can use to make up measures
Volume of cuboidsQuick View

Volume of cuboids

A worksheet that can be used with Year 5 to help them practise calculating the volume of cuboids in line with the new curriculum. The cuboids are not drawn to scale.
Capacity, Volume and Weight (UK version) – 50+ printablesQuick View

Capacity, Volume and Weight (UK version) – 50+ printables

PLEASE NOTE – This is the UK version. If you require the US version, please visit our shop. Included in this pack: Capacity/Volume Conversion Chart Estimating capacity x 2 Comparing capacity More or less Reading capacity (Cylinders) x 2 Recording capacity (Cylinders) x 2 Create your own capacity (Cylinders) Challenge a friend (Cylinders) Reading capacity (Jug) x 2 Recording capacity (Jug) x 4 Create your own capacity (Jug) Challenge a friend (Jug) Volume/Capacity Conversion Chart Counting the cubes x 5 Volumes of rectangular prisms x 3 Volumes of rectangular prisms (two prisms combined) Find the volume table Find the height, width or depth table Weight conversion chart Heavy vs Light - real life Estimating real life weight More or less - real life Converting weight - milligrams to grams Converting weight - grams to kilograms Converting weight - kilograms to tonnes Converting weight - ounces to pounds Converting weight - pounds to stones Reading weight x 6 Recording weight - milligrams Recording weight - grams Recording weight - kilograms Recording weight - ounces Recording weight - pounds Recording weight - stones Balance the scales x 2 PDF format (please set print option to fit) Your feedback is really important to us. We provide quality products at affordable prices and really would appreciate your feedback. With that in mind, please be kind enough to spare a minute or two to leave feedback on this product as it will help us improve our service to you the customer. Thanks, The Digital Stationer
Converting Area and Volume Units (Crossnumber)Quick View

Converting Area and Volume Units (Crossnumber)

Get this resource as part of our great value Crossnumber Bundle! Engage your students with this crossnumber on converting between different units of area and volume. Students solve the interleaved questions and use their answers to complete the crossnumber. Extend the thinking of those who complete the questions by getting them to write a new set of questions - a considerable skill! Full instructions, ideas for support, and a solution are provided in the resource - what more could you need? Try a resource like this for free!
Perimeter, Area and VolumeQuick View

Perimeter, Area and Volume

Taking you through counting squares, to rectangle/triangles/parallelograms/trapeziums to compound shapes, circles, cuboids, prisms, sectors/arc lengths, cones, spheres and frustums (phew!). Complete with success criteria etc.
Calculating Volumes of PrismsQuick View

Calculating Volumes of Prisms

A top quality lesson on finding the volume of a prism! The lesson contains a variety of different activities including a bingo game, a connect 4, a differentiated worksheet and a whole class game. All solutions are included along with all printable resources and a learning plan. As always an unrivalled quality of IWB with teacher hints included (these need deleting before you use it) that should allow you to make the most of this lesson. Hope you and your pupils enjoy the lesson.
Volume and CapacityQuick View

Volume and Capacity

KS1 - Volume and Capacity 4 day lesson plan - Learning objectives, Success Criteria, starter, main activity and plenary. PPT - 36 slides 1st day worksheet for HA (Higher Ability) MA (Middle Ability) LA (Lower Ability). make direct comparisons about the capacity of containers using correct vocabulary check the capacity of containers by measuring order containers based on their capacities using uniform non-standard measures understand the need for consistency when using uniform non-standard measures use a variety of uniform non-standard measures to measure capacity estimate containers based on their capacities using uniform non-standard measures understand the need for consistency when using uniform non-standard measures use a variety of uniform non-standard measures to measure capacity use the correct vocabulary to compare the capacity of containers identify containers that hold more than, less than and the same as a litre