# Lesson guide in Elementary Mathematics Grade 6. Chapter IV, Measurement : Volume

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Published on 2011 September 28th

Description
A part of lesson guide in Elementary Mathematics Grade 6 that focuses on measuring volumes of solid objects and converting cubic units to a smaller or larger unit.
Objective
To develop the students ability to:
1. Find the volume of a solid
2. Apply the measurement of volume on solid objects

#### Curriculum Information

 Education Type K to 12 Grade Level Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 6 Learning Area Mathematics Content/Topic Measurement Intended Users Educators Competencies Visualizes the volume of solid figures in different situations using nonstandard eg marbles etc and standard units Derives the formula for the volume of rectangular prisms Finds the volume of a rectangular prism using cu cm and cu m Creates problemswith reasonable answers involving volume of rectangular prism Visualizes the volume of a cube and rectangular prism Names the appropriate unit of measure used for measuring the volume of a cube and a rectangle prism Derives the formula in finding the volume of a cube and a rectangular prism using cubic cm and cubic m Converts cu cm to cu m and vice versa cucm to l and vice versa Finds the volume of a given cube and rectangular prism using cu cm and cu m Estimates and uses appropriate units of measure for volume Solves routine and nonroutine problems involving volume of a cube and rectangular prism in reallife situations using appropriate strategies and tools Creates problems with reasonable answers involving volume of a cube and rectangular prism in reallife situations Determines the relationship of the volume between a rectangular prism and a pyramid a cylinder and a cone and a cylinder and sphere Derives the formula for finding the volume of cylinders pyramids cones and spheres Finds the volume of cylinders pyramids cones and spheres Solves routine and nonroutine problems involving volumes of solids Creates problems involving surface area and volume of solidspace figures with reasonable answers