- Obtain several blocks of different size. Have students determine the dimensions of the block using rulers (length, width, height).
- Using calculators, have students determine the volume of the blocks using the lxwxh formula. Students should record their data in a chart.
- Have students make general conclusions about volume vs. dimensions.

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- U.S. Percentages
- Monster Math
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- Sponge Observation
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- All About Columbus
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- What is the Moral?
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- Different Perspectives on Columbus
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- Pumpkin Volumes
- What Do I Want to Know?
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- Irish Stained Glass Scene
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- M&M Fractions
- A Family Quilt
- Millennium Inventions
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- Melting Ice
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