What about this one? https://www.teachingchannel.org/videos/measuring-volume-lesson
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Can you get a box that can serve as your rectangular prism and a bunch of cube manipulatives (1 inch by 1 inch would best ) to fill the box with and count how many it takes and then compare it to the volume formula? You could then fill with liquid (or sand) and compare measurements as well.
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