Today in Math we continued to practice finding the volume of rectangular prisms. Remember, we are looking at three dimensions to measure volume: length, width, and height. The easiest method to find volume is to multiply the length x width x height. However, students can break this down into easier steps as well: counting the number of cubes in each layer and adding them together, etc. We are almost done this unit, so make sure students are practicing at home. Visit the "Measurement" page to use some of the review questions that Ms. Proudfoot has put together or to play one of the measurement games. There are also extra workbooks available for students to study from.