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In this lesson, students will use the area formulas to find the area of rectangles, parallelograms, and triangles. Students will solve problems using diagrams and word problems.Included: • Warm-Up - The warm-up is an algebra review. There are two problems where students must multiply fractions and

Also included in: Area and Perimeter Unit Bundle

Area of Polygons - This is a fun lesson that will not only teach your students the various formulas for finding the area of squares, rectangles, parallelograms, triangles, and trapezoids, but will also show them how these figures and formulas are all interrelated.
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Area of Rectangles, Parallelogram, Triangles, and Trapezoids by decomposing
Aligned to Math TEKS 6.8D and TEKS 6.8B
Have students visualize area of these shapes as they are decomposed and formed into other shapes.
There are two versions of each shape--one with all words filled in and one that is CL

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Also included in: 6th Grade Math TEKS Interactive Notebook Growing BUNDLE

Area of Polygons - This is a fun lesson that will not only teach your students the various formulas for finding the area of squares, rectangles, parallelograms, triangles, and trapezoids, but will also show them how these figures and formulas are all interrelated.
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Save 50% by BundlingIt’s truly amazing. Students never get tired of these. They ask me every day what the riddle or joke is going to be today.Riddles are a great way to make a boring worksheet fun. However, I found students knew the answer to the riddle and just chose the answers to fill in the le

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This is a exploration activity that uses a geoboard to investigate the areas and perimeters of parallelograms and triangles after an introduction by you (what to review/emphasize before students begin to work is included). Students use the geoboards to change the shape and size of these polygons an

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These PowerPoint notes introduce the formulas for and vocabulary related to finding the area of parallelograms and triangles.
They help students to identify which shapes are parallelograms and when a parallelogram and triangle needs to have an altitude line added in order to find its area.
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This bundle includes three lessons and a test that support developing understanding of area and perimeter of rectangles (quadrilaterals) parallelograms and triangles. *What you get*Area of a Rectangle and Parallelogram lesson includingTeacher InstructionsSmart Notebook FileStudent Worksheet (double

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In this lesson, learners will be able to:calculate the area of parallelograms and trianglesrelate the area of rectangles to parallelograms and triangles, for example, by dissection, and calculate their areas, understanding and using the formulae to do this.Lesson can be used as whole class teaching

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find perimeters and areas of parallelograms and triangles
CCSS: G.GPE.7
File contains blank lesson and completed lesson with solutions. Lessons compatible with McGraw-Hill Glencoe Geometry textbook.

Technology lesson for combined area practice for area of Square, Rectangle, Parallelogram, Triangle, & Trapezoid. Modified for the resource or SPED classroom, or can be used as notes or a quick check for understanding in the general education classroom. Audio recording for oral administration of

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Guided notes that align with the McGraw Hill Glencoe Common Core Edition Geometry book and interactive PowerPoint presentations provided with the curriculum. Perfect for students who struggle with copying all of the notes in class, struggle with organization or knowing what notes are important, or

In this hands-on activity, students explore areas of a rectangle, parallelogram, triangle, and circle to understand the formulas and why they work.By cutting the shapes and attempting to create a rectangle, students discover why each area formula works.I created this lesson because I never want stud

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This video lesson teaches students how to find the area of a parallelogram.In particular, students learn... * That area is the number of square units needed to cover a region * Why area is always listed in square units * The formula for finding the area of a parallelogram * How to identify the b

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These are resources you can use during the "We Do", and "You Do" portion of your math lessons. Included are activities to find the area of a parallelogram and triangle when the measurements are not given. There are also exit tickets included for each activity. Lastly, you will find short activiti

Looking for a fun interactive teaching idea for attributes of polygons? Well bingo! Look no further as Polygon Attribute Puzzles, for CCSS 3.G.1, will serve as an exciting lesson plan for 3rd grade elementary school classrooms. This is a great resource to incorporate into your unit as a guided math

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This unit is sure to ENGAGE your junior students and teach a ton of 2D and 3D measurement Concepts such as:
* Selecting appropriate Units of Measurement (metric system)
* Measuring perimeter (regular, irregular, missing sides)
* Measuring area (square, rectangle, parallelogram, triangles)
* Making

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GRADE 7 MATH ESCAPE ROOMSThis escape room activity bundle is an exciting and engaging way to review various math topics throughout the school year! Topics are designed to align with grade 7 common core standards.Escape Rooms and Topics Included In This Bundle:Click on each link for a more detailed d

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This activity is designed to help students with the properties of parallelograms. This activity also gets students up and about.
Place the 12 cards on the wall around your room. Students pick any card to begin with. They should use the parallelogram at the top of the page to write 2 equations

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Also included in: Growing Bundle~All my Algebra Activities~Quadratics~Linear~Roots~Absolute Value

Composite Figures:The Problem - Math students who can readily master areas and perimeters of rectangles, parallelograms, and triangles are mysteriously baffled by composite figures (often called “compound” or “irregular” - figures formed by a combination of two or more of these simple polygons). T

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Area and Volume activity that engages students with movement. Students get instant feedback when they solve a problem. Correct answers take you to the next problem, but incorrect answers make you back track!
Area and Volume Problem Trail
Students practice using area and volume formulas as well as

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Also included in: Math Problem Trail Bundle - Add Movement to Your Math Lesson

In this activity, students are grouped in fours. Each student takes a card, and works the problem on the card. When all students in the group have their answers, they add them up, getting a group sum. Then, the group checks their sum with the teacher. If they are correct, they work on the next set

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Come join in on the fun at Camp Quadrilaterals as the campers sing around the campfire to their favorite shapes song.
After watching the animated music video, play our printable game, or even create one of wall-sized posters (possible from a conventional printer). Illustrated worksheets and word

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