In this math worksheet, students cut out 20 math tiles. The tiles include 16 squares and 4 rectangles and can be used for a variety of math activities.
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Reasoning About Multiplication and Area
How are area and multiplication related? It turns out that they are one in the same. Use a performance task to assess third grader's ability to reason about area using tiling and multiplication. They must demonstrate their ability to...
3rd Math CCSS: Designed
Using Tiling to Find Area - Guided Lesson
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,...
3rd - 5th Math CCSS: Adaptable
Basic Mathematical Operations Using Math Tiles
Practice addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division using tiles as manipulatives. In this math operations lesson plan, young learners choose the appropriate sized tiles, arrange them according to directions given by the teacher,...
1st - 4th Math
Frame Yourself: Area and Perimeter
Elementary schoolers are arranged in pairs and view the video Math Works: Measurement: The Difference Between Perimeter and Area. They discuss any prior knowledge they have of the term perimeter and then brainstorm together what the...
2nd - 4th Math CCSS: Adaptable