This activity is self-checking, but if you don’t want students to see the correct answers, just quickly delete them before sharing the activity with the students.
Plus, there’s a quick video that explains the activity to the students.
► Check out the student video to see a preview of the activity and instructions.
► And this video is for the optional measuring
This resource has two versions:
Option 1: Students must first use a digital ruler to measure the length and width of the figures. Then they use their dimensions to solve for area and perimeter.
Option 2: Students find the area and perimeter of the figures that are already labeled with the dimensions.
• Google Slides
• Instructional Video
• Answer Key
Great for 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade!
This resource is part of a money-saving bundle! (just link)
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This resource uses American English and is editable.
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If you need resources to teach your students about area and perimeter, check out this digital learning path. It will teach your students everything they need to know.
Click here for the Area and Perimeter Learning Path
If you need more resources to teach your students about perimeter and area, check out these instructional math kits. Our math kits have everything you’ll need for a quality math workshop!
► AREA & PERIMETER KIT: Set 1 Foundations and Formulas
► AREA & PERIMETER KIT: Set 2 Solving Real-Life Problems
► AREA AND PERIMETER BUNDLE (Includes Sets 1-2)
Common Core Standards:
• Common Core 3.MD.C.7.B and 3.MD.C.7.D
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills TEKS:
• TEKS 4.5C and 4.5D
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