Teachers and homeschoolers, this project is an amazing way to close out one calendar year or open a new year. Designing and building gingerbread houses creates an atmosphere of motivated engagement. The students feel the authenticity of the math challenges, and they’re excited to see their designs come to life. Students will make floor plans, calculate area and perimeter, and draw front and side view silhouettes. Then they build! Click this pin for more information and pics!
The Best of Teacher Entrepreneurs II: FREE MATH LESSON – “Area and Perimeter Footloose!”...includes 30 question cards about area and perimeter of rectangles (the cards are available with and without a background - same questions on both sets - just the option of a background when printing). The questions require students to: * calculate area and perimeter of rectangles * find missing sides * find perimeter when given area and a side length * compare areas and perimeters of rectangles
Students color while working out 5 questions on calculating area of sector. This product includes: Worksheet - 5 questions on area of sector Colouring Activity Key/SOLUTION This is a fun activity that can be used peer to peer, cooperative groups or individually.
Great for test prep!In this activity your students will have 8 triangles to calculate area. As students correctly identify the area of each figure, their answers will be linked to colors, and the colors will be used to complete an Easter themed coloring activity.This product is 2 of 8 Easter coloring activities that will be an Area, Perimeter, and Volume Easter Coloring Activity Bundle.
St.Patrick's Day Area & Perimeter- "Greenprints" for a Leprechaun house from PrintablePrompts on TeachersNotebook.com - (23 pages) - St.Patrick's Day Area & Perimeter project/ performance task. Includes materials to design "greenprints" for a leprechaun house and calculate area & perimeter. (&couple of extension activities!)
Circle Calculator: This free online geometry calculator will take one known circle measurement (area, circumference, diameter, or radius) and calculate the other three. Plus, the calculator will show its work and give a detailed, step-by-step explanation of the formulas and sequence used to arrive at each result.