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To Half or Half Not

For Teachers 4th - 5th
Jump into equivalent fractions using these fun scenarios for mathematicians to solve. First, they use geoboards to find different ways to divide a rectangle in half. Then, an alien from the planet Fractional is after one half of their...
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Fractions Worksheet 1 - Rectangles

For Students 2nd - 4th
Young learners read 2 examples of how to write fractions to show how much of a rectangle is shaded. Then students look at  9 diagrams of rectangles that have shaded areas. They write the fractional equivalent. Then they shade 3...
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Tiling Tessellations

For Teachers 2nd - 4th
Students explore tessellations. In this shapes and geometry lesson, students describe the attributes of many of the shapes displayed on an Elmo. Students create examples of tessellations using pattern blocks.
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Exit Ticket 6.G.1 Item 3

For Students 5th - 6th Standards
Challenge young mathematicians' ability to compose and decompose shapes with this open-ended geometry problem. Given that a polygon has a certain area and is made up of two different rectangles, students must draw and label the...
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Overlapping Rectangle

For Teachers K - 3rd Standards
Challenge young mathematicians' ability to compose and decompose shapes with this fun geometry puzzle. The goal is simple, locate all of the rectangles shown in a picture of three overlapping rectangles. Perform this activity as a whole...
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All vs. Only Some

For Teachers Pre-K - 2nd Standards
All shapes have certain defining attributes that set them apart from others. In order to understand this, young mathematicians look at examples and non-examples of triangles, rectangles, and squares, working as a whole class to create...
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Alike or Different Game

For Teachers K Standards
How are a circle and triangle alike? How are they different? These are the types of questions children will answer while playing this fun geometry game. Including a variety of conventional and unconventional shapes, this activity allows...
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Find the Area of a Rectangle Using the Standard Formula

For Students 3rd - 5th Standards
The second of six videos on finding perimeter and area begins with a review of these terms, along with a discussion on the concept of a variable and how it applies when finding area. The core lesson gives a detailed description of how to...
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Relate Area to Arrays

For Students 2nd - 4th Standards
How do arrays relate to area? Learners use prior knowledge about arrays to think about finding the area of a rectangle in the first of two videos on relating area to multiplication. The resource points out the common error of adding the...
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How Do You Find the Area of a Rectangle?

For Teachers 3rd - 6th Standards
Area=length x width. Locate the value of the length of the rectangle and locate the given width and plug them in to solve. Don't forget to include the units and multiply them too. This three-minute video can be watched at home to review...
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Naming Polygons

For Students 3rd - 4th Standards
What polygon is this? Young geometers categorize shapes by circling all the quadrilaterals in a set of figures. Next, they write the names of 10 polygons using a visual guide as reference. Review the guide together before they start if...
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Perimeters of Squares and Rectangles

For Teachers 2nd - 4th Standards
If you're looking for some perimeter practice problems for beginners, you've found them! Learners reference an example that takes them through the steps of finding the perimeter of a square or rectangle. Then, they complete nine on their...
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2-Dimensional Shapes: Naming Shapes

For Students 1st - 3rd Standards
Get to know eight shapes by name: square, rectangle, triangle, pentagon, hexagon, and octagon. Young geometers write the correct name below each of these shapes, using a word bank for guidance. Then, they draw two of the shapes (hexagon...
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2-Dimensional Shapes: Coloring Shapes

For Students K - 1st Standards
For beginners to color, number, and shape theory, this is a great way to solidify skills. They use a key at the top to determine which color (yellow, green, purple, or blue) to shade each shape (square, triangle, circle, and rectangle,...
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Dilations and Similarity

For Students 8th - 10th Standards
In this dilations and similarity worksheet, pupils solve 10 different problems that include various dilations. First, they determine the scale factor of dilations found in the illustrated graphs. Then, everyone determines the coordinates...
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Exploring Rate of Change in Other Situations 3

For Students 8th - 11th Standards
In this rate of change in other situations activity, middle and high schoolers solve 14 various types of problems that relate to determining the rate of change in various situations. First, they graph the data in a table and determine...
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2-Dimensional Shapes: Drawing Shapes

For Students 2nd - 3rd Standards
Some of the best practice with shape identification comes from drawing the figures first-hand. Young geometers draw nine two-dimensional shapes: rectangle, circle, square, pentagon, hexagon, octagon, triangle with three equal sides,...
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Areas of Rectangles and Squares

For Teachers 3rd - 4th Standards
Each of these rectangles and squares has the length and width given with units. Can scholars solve for the area? Designed for beginners to this skill, all of these are whole-number single-digit measurements. There is a detailed example...
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Area of Rectangles and Squares

For Teachers 3rd - 4th Standards
Find the area; scholars examine nine images of squares and rectangles with width, length, and units provided for each. They multiply double-digit numbers to find the area, writing it into the box provided. Because square units are...
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Match the Shapes

For Students Pre-K - K Standards
Which shape is the same? Young geometers match a triangle, circle, rectangle, and square to their identical counterparts, connecting them with a line from left to right. Then, they do the same thing with a set of four circular shapes,...
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Using Tiling to Find Area - Guided Lesson

For Students 3rd - 5th Standards
By splitting a rectangle into equal parts, scholars can see area as well as calculate it. First, they determine the area of a rectangle given its side lengths. Then, they use the space provided to segment it into four equal parts,...
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The Area of Rectangles - Guided Lesson

For Students 2nd - 3rd Standards
Geometry novices will enjoy this approach to finding area, as they aren't required to include units or a formula. The main objective here is to segment a rectangle into columns and rows to create squares, which then are used to find the...
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Explore Perimeter and Area - Problem Solving 18.1

For Students 4th - 6th Standards
What do Trina's bedroom, Melia's photo, and Xavier's puzzle have in common? They are all rectangular! And they are all used as examples in these real-world math problems involving area and perimeter. Use it as a quiz since there are only...
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The Pasture and the Fence

For Teachers 3rd Standards
Beginning geometers use tiles and grid paper to draw and calculate perimeter and area. Rectangles of different sizes are created and then measured to build understanding. The one-inch grid sheet referenced is attached.