#### We often need to find how much space solid objects take up. This is a measure of volume. Each geometric shape has a different procedure for determine volume. We start simple with cubes. The volume of cube is calculated by multiplying the length of any side (edge) by itself twice. We have students gain a good level of success with skill before moving on to more complex geometric shapes. The volume of a cylinder is found by squaring the radius of the cylinder by the height and Pi. The volume of a sphere is determined by cubing the radius and multiplying it by Pi and four-thirds.

These worksheets explains how to find the volume of a solid. Your beginning geometry students will use these worksheets to learn how to calculate the volume of different geometrical solids. Calculator use is up to the teacher.