Count the Squares and Compare
Fourth graders construct squares and rectanges in order to help them find areas and perimeters. They gain an understanding of area and perimeter through teacher modeling and then they construct squares and rectangles.
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Comparing Fraction and Equivalence
Which ones are equivalent? Scholars examine four fraction models to determine which ones represent the same fraction. This is a great way to help kids with numerators and denominators, as they can physically count the total number of...
3rd - 5th Math CCSS: Adaptable
Multiplying for Area - Enrichment 19.4
Discover the area of the two shapes provided by having your learners cut out the one-inch square at the top of the page. After covering the figure with the square, they will write multiplication sentences to find how many squares in all....
3rd - 4th Math CCSS: Adaptable
Comparing and Ordering Fractions, Mixed Numbers, and Decimals
Create your own fraction kits by folding and labeling paper using fraction vocabulary. Learners then work in groups to use these in comparing and sequencing both whole numbers and fractions. They also create unit cubes and develop an...
4th - 5th Math