Math: Surface Area and Volume
These sites are about the math concepts of area and volume. Learn about calculating measurements in terms of volume and area. Includes several interactive sites and a lesson plan. There are links to eThemes Resources on Geometry: Geometric Solids and Math: Customary or Standard Measurement.
Equations: Areas, Volumes, Surface Areas
This site lists standard and commonly used equations for determining areas, volumes, and surface areas.
National Library of Virtual Manipulatives
This interactive resource is where students can apply their knowledge and understanding of how to calculate the volume of an object.
Self-Check Quizzes: Calculating Areas
Test your knowledge on how to calculating areas of an object. This online quiz allows students to work through problems, get hints, and get feedback on their answers.
Surface Area and Volume
This site has problems students can solve, input answers, and then receive a score. Students get immediate feedback on their answers and can re-complete the exercise over again.
Shodor: Surface Area
Use this interactive site to help students visualize the concepts of volume and surface area. The site allows different inputs for width, depth, and height for rectangular or triangular prisms which then calculate relative volume and surface area. NOTE: The site contains ads.
Quarked: Explorations in Estimation
This site has a lesson plan is based on the concept of volume through estimation. Learn how to use visuals to help estimate and approximate volumes of objects.
Shodor: Triangle Explorer
This site contains a Java applet which quizzes students on the area of a triangle. The applet has varying levels of difficulty and allows students to get immediate feedback on the their answers.
eThemes Resource: Math: Geometry: Geometric Solids
These sites are about geometric solids and their properties. Learn about various types of basic solids from manipulative objects and interactive games. Includes a lesson plan and printable templates. There are links to eThemes Resources on Geometry: Shapes and Transforming Shapes.
eThemes Resource: Math: Customary or Standard Measurement
These sites have information on the customary system of measurement used in the United States. There are several online games and quizzes, some lesson plans, and many practice questions. There are links to eThemes Resources on time, temperature, and the metric system.
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