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Integrate history and have students compute area and perimeter while learning about America's first president, George Washington and his Mount Vernon gardens. Students are challenged to design and plant gardens with different types of crops used by George Washington, computing the area and perimete
Students will use their knowledge of area and perimeter and apply it to a real life situation. They will work together or on their own to think critically and plan a garden according to the specifications given.
They will apple their understanding of perimeter and area formulas to:
*Figure out t
Looking for a way for your students to practice area and perimeter? Look no further! During this activity, students will create their own gardens (flower or vegetable). They will select which items they would like to have in their garden. Next, they will configure how to make their items fit in
How many ways can you divide a square "garden" (4 x 4 array) into equal quarters?
Believe it or not, the answer is "thousands."
"Peter Rabbit's Garden" is a stimulating activity that encourages children to explore the concept of "area" in a creative, engaging, and challenging way. The objective i
Area, Scale, Quadratic Equation: Algebra Garden Design Project brings together math concepts for a real-world application. Students are given parameters to create a garden design. Students apply quadratic equations (optional), calculate area, draw in scale, and problem-solve to create a garden de
A double-digit area model adventure for your students with green thumbs!
The area model strategy is an effective method for cultivating multiplicative reasoning...Watch your students grow in their multiplication skills!
"How Does Your Garden Grow?" is an interactive way to engage your math learner
This digital area and perimeter mini-project for Google Slides and distance learning will have students practicing area and perimeter in a common, real-world setting. Students work in their garden for the weekend, finding area and perimeter of various sections of the vegetable garden, flower beds,
Need an engaging math activity for area? Have your students make a blueprint for the goofiest garden they've ever seen!Students choose six foods of their choosing to grow in their garden to map out. They must also find the area in square feet of each of the figures they draw. You can also give sp
Students have the opportunity to put their understanding of perimeter, area and volume to the test in this print and go booklet. Included in the booklet are information sheets that explain how and why to calculate each measurement with sample gardens, as well as sample gardens and worksheets laid ou
Are you looking for activities that help your students to solve real world problems multiplying mixed numbers? Well, look no further. Garden Designs is an activity that incorporates the distributive property into an area model to demonstrate partial products when multiplying two mixed number value
Performance Task – Area and Division – Garden Management – Herbs
In the Garden Management Performance Task, students use data from plant life to practice area with division and area with multiplication.
What’s included in this Performance Task:
* Teacher Guide – Get an overview of the Performanc
Have your students practice finding area with this fun and engaging Halloween area activity. This activity is great practice for students during math centers, morning work, re-teaching, resource room, etc. Pages with area equations and given area included. Black and white and colored pages included
Garden Area Perimeter Personalized Task Cards
“Where’s mine? Where’s Mine?” Kids love these personalized task cards with word problems that include their own classmates’ names.
This set of 30 Garden Area and Perimeter task cards has an INTERACTIVE answer key! First students complete a card and co
This is a fun game to review area and perimeter formulas and application, for skill reinforcement before testing, as an effective, stand-alone formative assessment, or as a purposeful Math Game Day Station on Holidays or at the End of the Year.•32 colorful Pollinator Game Cards (4 per page)•Printabl
THis is a great and fun project to use while teaching a until on perimeter and area. The students make a garden and take the perimeter and area of each section of crops. It is great not only to practice finish perimeter and area but also to help see the difference between the two.
This project inc
A great cross-curriculum math and science activity! This activity has students plot their own plants to match a given area. For example, students can create 5 rows of 5 plants to create 25 grape plots or 2 rows of 10 and 1 row of 5. A great area activity!
Looking for a fun way to review Area and Perimeter? Do you have a classroom full of sports fans? This project is for you!
In this document, you will find two separate Area and Perimeter application projects. The first is looking for the students to design their own Sports Arena - football, hockey,
Best used as a project after learning about area and perimeter. Money calculations of the crops are also added. Go to:https://www.waterproofpaper.com/graph-paper/graph-paper-quarter-inch.pdf for graph paper.
This product is designed to help students practice word problems that focus on concepts of area and perimeter. Students will use the 12 task cards to read and work through the problems. To help students decide the best approach to solving the problem, this product includes a problem type sorting fea
This assessment has students show their knowledge of area and perimeter. They must plan out a vegetable garden when given:
-the overall area
-the area of certain vegetables
They must then find the remaining area for all other vegetables, as well as calculate the perimeter for each vegetable. Studen