The Common Core State Standards for geometry are: Recognize volume as an attribute of solid figures and understand concepts of volume measurement. Measure volumes by counting unit cubes, using cubic cm, cubic in, cubic ft, and improvised units. Relate volume to the operations of multiplication and addition and solve realworld and mathematical problems involving volume.
Classify twodimensional figures into categories based on their properties. 
Find the volume of the following shapes 
The product of two numbers is 90. One number is 2.5 times as great as the other. What are the two numbers? 
Tock fills the vending machines in the Doldrums. Every Monday he fills the soft drink machine. He fills the snack machine every third day. He fills the coffee machine every fifth day. He fills all three machines on Monday, August 3. What is the next date on which he will fill all three machines? 
At Milo's birthday party, 10 of his new friends wore party hats and 8 of his friends used noisemakers. There were 12 guests. How many of his friends wore a hat and used a noisemaker? 
The Chungs have four children. Pam is half as old as Kobo. Dan is one third as old as Kobo. Kobo is one year older than Nan. Nan's age is equal to the sum of Dan's and Pam's ages . How old is each of the four children? Dan = Pam = Nan = Kobo = 
Language of the Discipline 
Practice Graphing on a Coordinate Grid 
Graphing on a coordinate plane 

Graphing two different rules on a coordinate plane  
Treasure Map Gameall four quadrants  
Graphing on a coordinate planevideo from Khan Academy 
Quadrilaterals! 
VOLUME! 
How to compute the volume of a rectangular prism 

Finding the volume of complex or irregular shapes 

The volume songto the tune of Happy! 

Finding the volume of cubes and rectangular prismsMusic! 
Practice Finding Volume 



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