In this geometry worksheet, students practice multiplying fractions and discovering the volume of rectangular prisms and cubes with fractions using the volume formula. Each calculation is like figuring out how many cubic feet of cheesy poufs can fit in each shape or box! To master this, you'll need to apply your fraction multiplication skills and what you've learned about finding the volume of a rectangular prism. Let's start practicing!

To teach the volume of rectangular prisms and cubes with fractions to young kids, start by explaining the concept of volume as the amount of space an object takes up. Then, introduce the formula for calculating the volume of a rectangular prism or cube (length x width x height). Next, explain how to work with fractions in these calculations, multiplying fractions by multiplying the numerators to get the new numerator and the denominators to get the new denominator. Use physical models to help them visualize the process, and practice with example problems.

Overall, this activity is designed to improve students' number sense with fractions, spatial awareness, and understanding of volume. It aligns with the Common Core Standards for Grade 6 mathematics, specifically under the domain of geometry and the cluster of solving real-world problems involving area, surface area, and volume.