Standards
5. MD.3 Recognize volume as an attribute of solid figures and understand concepts of volume measurement.
5. MD.4 Measure volumes by counting unit cubes, using cubic cm, cubic in, cubic ft, and improvised units. 5. MD.5 Relate volume to the operations of multiplication and addition and solve real world and mathematical problems involving volume. 
Questions to Consider

Vocabulary
Cubic Units: unit used to measure the volume of a solid
Dimension: a measure of length in one direction
Rectangular Prism: a threedimensional figure with six rectangular faces
Volume: the measurement of the amount of space taken up by something with three dimensions
Cubic Units: unit used to measure the volume of a solid
Dimension: a measure of length in one direction
Rectangular Prism: a threedimensional figure with six rectangular faces
Volume: the measurement of the amount of space taken up by something with three dimensions
Cubic Units: unit used to measure the volume of a solid
Dimension: a measure of length in one direction
Rectangular Prism: a threedimensional figure with six rectangular faces
Volume: the measurement of the amount of space taken up by something with three dimensions
Cubic Units: unit used to measure the volume of a solid
Dimension: a measure of length in one direction
Rectangular Prism: a threedimensional figure with six rectangular faces
Volume: the measurement of the amount of space taken up by something with three dimensions
Cubic Units: unit used to measure the volume of a solid
Dimension: a measure of length in one direction
Rectangular Prism: a threedimensional figure with six rectangular faces
Volume: the measurement of the amount of space taken up by something with three dimensions
Cubic Units: unit used to measure the volume of a solid
Dimension: a measure of length in one direction
Rectangular Prism: a threedimensional figure with six rectangular faces
Volume: the measurement of the amount of space taken up by something with three dimensions