Finding the volume of shapes is another topic we haven't covered in P7 so far. We would start off by counting cubes. Watch the first video and then complete the worksheet underneath it. This should hopefully be quite simple. We then move on to calculating the volume of cuboids and cubes by using the formula length x breadth x height. Watch the two BBC Bitesize videos and the Corbettmaths one, play the PowerPoint game (if you're able to access it) and then have a go at the activities. They get progressively more challenging and the last two are probably best suited to the Circles.
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