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In these activities students will discover the formulas for area of a parallelogram and area of a triangle.
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1. Detailed Teacher Notes describing each part of the activity
2. Grids with figures drawn to be copied for students
3. Student Activity Sheets for Two Separate Activities
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Practice calculating area of rectangles, triangles, trapezoids, parallelograms, and special quadrilaterals with this engaging coloring activity. Students find the area of polygons and color each one according to its area. Figures are drawn on a grid, so students can decompose shapes into rectangles

Also included in: 6th Grade Math Bundle of Activities

This card sort activity will help students review the formulas for finding the area of squares, rectangles, parallelograms, triangles, and trapezoids. Students cut out the cards containing the figure, a description, a formula, or the area. They then use the appropriate formula to calculate the area

Area and Perimeter - a matching activity where students must use clues about a shape, such as its area, perimeter, number of sides and side lengths, to identify the shape.
The shapes are drawn on squared paper, so that this activity can be used with students who are just starting to understand the

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This lesson unit is intended to help you assess how well students are able to find the area of right triangles, other triangles, special quadrilaterals, and polygons by composing into rectangles or decomposing into triangles and other shapes; apply these techniques in the context of solving real-wor

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Also included in: Math Card Sorts and Cut and Paste Activities Middle School BUNDLE

In this activity, students will use find the area of triangles, kites, trapezoids, squares, parallelograms, and rhombi. This ladder activity is a great alternative to a worksheet. Students will cut the problems apart along the lines and work the card labeled "Start" and find their answer on the to

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Also included in: Area and Perimeter Activity Bundle

Perfect activity to supplement your lesson on Area of Quadrilaterals. Use as a whole group activity, small group even centers! Great component to academic practice (homework) and checking for comprehension. You can use the pdf or assign the digital version in Google Classroom!This activity allows s

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Also included in: Area Worksheets Mini Bundle Distance Learning Digital Activity

These digital math station activities are intended to help students understand how to solve real world and mathematical problems by solving equations of polygons, finding the area of right triangles, finding the area of other triangles, finding the area of special quadrilaterals, and finding the are

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Also included in: Digital Math Activities for Google Classroom 6th grade BUNDLE

Students play "dominoes" by connecting the image of a figure with its area. On each "domino," the left side is the answer and the right side is the question. Students match questions/answers until the train reconnects in a complete rectangle. This is a great center activity!
Aligns with the followi

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These interactive notebook activities are intended to help students understand how to solve real world and mathematical problems by solving equations of polygons, finding the area of right triangles, finding the area of other triangles, finding the area of special quadrilaterals, and finding the are

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Also included in: 6th Grade Math Curriculum Bundle

No prep. No paper. No materials. Totally Digital.
Great for 1:1, BYOD, or math computer centers. Google Drive, Google Classroom, and Microsoft One Drive.
This is an interactive, digital activity that can be used as homework, classroom practice, or as an assessment. Students interact by moving and

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This activity is designed to help students with find the missing side length when given the area of a shape. Uses Triangles, Trapezoids, Rectangles, Kites, Rhombus and Parallelograms.
This activity also gets students up and about.
Place the 12 cards on the wall around your room. Students pick

Area & Perimeter Digital Activities - Distance LearningThis digital activity focuses on finding the area and perimeter of quadrilaterals and other polygons with both given measurements and square units. It is great for third grade or a fourth grade review!Contents include:Perimeter Poster/Anchor

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No prep. No paper. No materials. Totally Digital.
Great for 1:1, BYOD, or math computer centers. Google Drive, Google Classroom, and Microsoft One Drive.
This is an interactive, digital activity that can be used as homework, classroom practice, or as an assessment. Students interact by moving and

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Find the area of trapezoids, triangles, parallelograms, rhombuses, and other irregular polygons with these engaging color by number activities. These activities support your students with these concepts by providing the formulas to find the area of triangles and various quadrilaterals. Students then

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Also included in: 6th Grade Math Color by Number Review Bundle

This 37 page file includes of station activities focused on geometry. They are designed to align with geometry common core standards for sixth grade math.
I created these activities to use in station rotations in my classroom. However, they can easily be used in a variety of ways. You will find ac

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A 15-question practice activity/worksheet that will help students master calculating the area of parallelograms. Includes a brief section of guided notes 3 examples that can be used as guided practice for an introduction or re-introduction of the topic. It can also be broken up into a 12-question ho

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Use engaging animation of Math problem and worksheet to review Common Core Math skills.
Challenge your students to use knowledge of areas to help Grandma cut down the size of the pancakes she has been baking for Sammy.
You can use this activity as warm up/bell ringers, review, group activity,

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6th Grade – Geometry includes ten activities that help students develop mastery of the mathematical practices within the content area of geometry. For educators for whom the Common Core Standards are important, each activity is referenced to the sixth grade geometry standards. The description of e

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This geometry review activity will have your students working hard matching answers to correct problems. These problems can be used as a game, group work, partner work, review and independent practice. Use it as review by having students find their partners by matching the area/perimeter of quadr

Use engaging animation of Math problem and worksheet to review Common Core Math skills.
The local church is being painted. The painters need your help to find out how much is it going to cost to paint the frontage of the church, which is a rectangle with a triangle on top of it.
You can use thi

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Use engaging animation of Math problem and worksheet to review Common Core Math skills.
Use knowledge of areas to tackle this math problem that involves paving the paths running through a beautiful city park.
You can use this activity as warm up/bell ringers, review, group activity, and remedia

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This walk around activity is amazing. It keeps ALL students engaged, having fun, while being assessed all at the same time. Students start at any problem and locate the answer on another page which includes a letter which will spell out a riddle at the end. Check out the preview page and how it lead

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Also included in: Finding Area of Shapes Mini Bundle Walk Around Activity with a Riddle

Try a fun and novel way to assess your student's knowledge of finding the area of triangles: a maze!!
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Students begin at the box under the large "start here" arrow. They find the area of the triangle shown and follow their choice to the next box, continuing through the maze until the “E

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