## Grade 5 Maths How Big? How Heavy? Worksheets

1. The shapes below are made from centimeter cubes. Work out the volume of each one:

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

2. Work out the volume of each shape below being careful to use the correct units:

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

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3. Calculate the volumes for each of the objects below.

[The measurements are all in centimeters (cm)]

(a)

Volume …………….. cm^{3}

(b)

Volume …………….. cm^{3}

(c)

Volume …………….. cm^{3}

(d)

Volume …………….. cm^{3}

(e)

Volume …………….. cm^{3}

(f)

Volume …………….. cm^{3}

4. Solve these:

(a) A storage container is 60cm long, 25cm wide and 15cm deep. What is its volume in cubic cms?

(b) Bindu is going to order some ready — mix concrete for an area 6m long and 5m wide, which needs be laid to a depth of 10cm. How many cubic metres of concrete will she need?

(c) How many litres of water are needed to fill the paddling pool to a depth of 30cm?

(d) Sonia has a rectangular pool in her garden which is 4m by 2m. She has cleaned it ojjt and wants to refill it with water to a depth of 25cm. How

many litres of water does she need?