## Worksheet on Cube

In worksheet on cube, the questions are based on cube of a given number; to find cube of a decimal number; to find the cube of a fraction number; finding perfect cubes and also finding the cubes of odd and even numbers.

This exercise sheet on cube has different types of questions that can be practiced by the eighth grade math students to get more ideas to solve all types of questions given in the worksheet.

**1. Evaluate the cube of a number: **

(i) (8)³

(ii) (15)³

(iii) (21)³

(iv) (60)³

**2. Evaluate the cube of a decimal number: **

(i) (1.2)³

(ii) (3.5)³

(iii) (0.8)³

(iv) (0.05)³

**3. Evaluate the cube of a fraction number: **

(i) (4/7)³

(ii) (10/11)³

(iii) (1/15)³

(iv) (1(3/10))³**4. Choose from the following numbers that are perfect cubes. **

(i) 125

(ii) 243

(iii) 343

(iv) 256

(v) 729

(vi) 1331

(vii) 8000

(viii) 9261

(ix) 5324

(x) 3375**5. Choose the following numbers that are the cubes of even numbers:**

(i) 216

(ii) 729

(iii) 512

(iv) 3375

(v) 1000**6. Choose the following numbers that are the cubes of odd numbers: **

(i) 125

(ii) 343

(iii) 1728

(iv) 4096

(v) 9261**7. Find the smallest number by which 11979 must be multiplied so that the product is a perfect cube. 8. Find the smallest number by which 8575 must be multiplied so that the product is a perfect cube. 9. What is the smallest number by which 108 must be divided so that the quotient is a perfect cube? 10. Find the smallest number by which 33275 must be divided so that the quotient is a perfect cube. **

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## Volume of a Cube Worksheets

Volume of Cubes | Integers - Easy

Multiply the length of the given side thrice to calculate the volume. Gain a conceptual understanding of volume and solve problems presented as 3D shapes and in word problems with dimensions involving integers ≤ 20.

Volume of Cubes | Integers - Moderate

Add-on to your practice and level up with this batch of printable volume of a cube worksheets for grade 5. Find the volume of each cube whose side lengths are presented as 2-digit integers.

Volume of Cubes | Decimals

Plug in the measure of the side length (a) in the volume of a cube formula V = a^{3} to determine the volume of the cube. The side length is expressed as decimals. Compute and round off the answer to two decimal places.

Volume of Cubes | Fractions

Convert mixed fractions to improper fractions if required and then multiply side length thrice presented as fractions to figure out the volume enclosed by each cube in these pdf worksheets for grade 6 and grade 7.

Finding the Side length of the Cube

Solve for the side length or the edge of the cube by rearranging the volume of the cube formula. Determine the cube root of the given volume to find the length of the side. Round off to the nearest tenth.

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## Snap Cube Number Sheets

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Preschoolers learn best when they do hands-on activities. When you’re teaching children numbers, they need to use manipulatives to help them understand what numbers are and what they mean. One of my favorite math manipulatives is snap cubes or Unifix® cubes. Not only are these great for working on counting and one-to-one correspondence, but they are wonderful for fine motor practice. Today I’m sharing snap cube number practice sheets. These are designed to help your little one practice numbers, counting, and even patterns!

The free printable has practice with numbers 0-10. Each page has a place for the child to build the number using snap cubes. I left the printable black and white, so you can choose which colored cubes to use. If you want to work on patterns, you could have your child make the number using an AB or ABC pattern. Here is an example with an AB pattern.

This number 9 uses an ABC pattern.

You can also just do one color, if that’s easier. If you need snap cubes, I recommend using these.

There is also space for the child to practice writing the number. If they need assistance with writing numbers, I recommend checking out my number formation rhymes. You can also draw lines for the child to trace, if they need it.

The last space is for the child to show the number. They could use snap cubes or another math manipulative. The goal is to practice counting and one-to-one correspondence.

### You can download this free printable RIGHT HERE.

If you’re looking for more snap cube activities, make sure to check out the full snap cube math packet in my shope HERE. This has practice with counting, one-to-one correspondence, graphing, addition, subtraction, patterns, and measurement.

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### What are Unifix cubes?

Unifix cubes are small cubes available in different sizes and different colours. These cubes can connect on all 6 sides. Unifix cubes help children learn maths in a real world as it provides visual and physical cues for children rather than sticking to paper and pencil. These cubes are very versatile and can be used in a variety of ways. Children love counting and making patterns with these blocks while older students can use them to make groups while multiplying and dividing.

### 11 activities you can do with Unifix cubes

**Design a sequence of patterns**

Unifix cubes are great for teaching patterns to your kids. They can make simple patterns like green – blue – green – blue and carry on. You can also challenge your kids with more complex patterns like blue – blue – green – green and carry on.

Try to continue the pattern

Teaching less and more is very easy with these cubes as children can see the difference between two towers. You can play a simple game with your child to help them learn less and more. Give your child 5 interlocked cubes and keep 5 to yourself. Now take a bag with two counters coloured red and blue, now ask your child to close eyes and pick one counter, if it is red she put one cube on her tower and if it’s blue she subtract one. While playing game keep asking your child which tower has more cubes and which tower has less cubes. This game will reinforce the addition concepts and also enhance their concepts of less and more

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**Number bonds using coloured cubes**

Number bonds can be quite simple with unifix cubes. Make a tower with joining 10 cubes. Use two different colours of cubes to make the number up to 10 in form of a tower, like put 5 blue cubes and 5 yellow cubes to make ten or put 6 yellow cubes and ask your child how many more red cubes they need to make it 10. Children can quickly judge it by comparing two towers length.

1+9=10 or 9+1=10

Let your child think of a number and count that amount of number. Put the numbers in form of pairs so every single cube has a friend. If each cube has a friend the number is even. If one cube is left out, the number is odd.

with pairs are EVEN … without pairs are ODD

Divide a paper into four sections (or more) with a marker. Label each section with a choice. For example, favourite foods, traits (hair/eye colour etc.), or anything else children like. Set one colour for each section (for example if its fruits yellow cubes for apples, red cubes for strawberries etc.). Ask children to pick corresponding colour cube for their favourite fruit and stack them on the relevant section of the paper. Once all children are finished put the rows of cubes next to each other from shortest to tallest to make a 3D bar graph this will Help the students determine which option received the most votes, as well as which option received the least votes.

**Addition, Subtraction, and Multiplication**:

Make addition problems by putting cubes in two piles, then pushing them together and count how many are they all together. You can also use different colours of cubes and put the cubes for a relevant number of egg boxes. Now count them to see how many they are all together (this technique is mentioned in Singapore maths books). Make subtraction problems by starting with one pile of cubes and taking some away or use egg boxes by putting a relevant number of cubes in the box and then taking some away, ask children how many are left behind. Make multiplication problems by skip counting or adding equal groups of cubes.

Pick two colours of cubes, and count out an equal number of each. If you pick 4 purple cubes, get 4 blues as well. Join them together ask kids how many they have now? Use the words doubles word frequently as kids work.

Make a line of cubes to show how long your foot is. Who has the longest foot in the class? Whose is shortest? How long is your hand? Or how long is your book?

Ask children to pick cubes to form one hand or with two hands or How many cubes can the mum pick up in one hand? After each estimate, test your answer to see how close you got.

Give kids one minute to link together as many sets of 5 cubes as they can. When the minute is up, put them together and count the groups by 5. Do the same with 2s, 10s, 3s, or other sets for kids to practice skip-counting.

When you are teaching place value, make sets of 10 unifix cubes and leave other cubes separated as units. When adding, subtracting, regrouping, or making larger numbers, use these manipulatives to demonstrate what is happening on the paper.

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