
3D Circles
Grab some real life cones, cylinders, spheres, prisms (sellotape, a tin can, football, tennis ball etc) and print these templates with formulae prompts, for students find the volumes.




Area & Volume Formulae
Crib sheet of area & volume formula, includes parallelogram, trapezium, prism, cylinder, sphere, cone...












Plans and Elevations
Real life plans and elevations; match the house plans to the images. Not as easy as it looks! There are two sets included here, one easier and one harder. PDF here.




Impossible Shapes
Decide which of these are impossible and which can be made. A good starter activity for drawing using isometric paper or for building with multilink cubes.




Max Box
What's the biggest area you can contain with x cm of string? Whats the biggest volume you can contain with an A4 sheet of paper? Not as easy as it seems!
Our answers and Autograph file used.




Autograph File: Diagonal of a Cube
A 'dynamic' 3D visualization for helping pupils to see how to calculate the length of a diagonal of a cube given the length of its side.




Dimensions
An amalgamation of questions from exam papers. Pupils decide if each expression is a volume, area, length or neither. Answers included.


