# 3rd Grade Area and Perimeter Bundle | Area and Perimeter Worksheets

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- This 3rd grade math unit bundle includes EVERYTHING you need to teach every 3rd grade math standard for the WHOLE YEAR! There are 3rd grade math worksheets, 3rd grade math games, 3rd grade math activities, and 3rd grade mini-lessons for every third grade math standard. There are over 7,000 total pagPrice $179.99Original Price $355.00Save $175.01

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This** area and perimeter BUNDLE** includes EVERYTHING you need to supplement your unit on area and perimeter. It is filled with area and perimeter worksheets, games, activities bundle, mini lessons and interactive notebook entries, and hands-on activities! This aligns with 3.MD.5, 3.MD.6, 3.MD.7 and 3.MD.8**. **Students practice area, perimeter, area and perimeter word problems, rectilinear area, and area and perimeter missing sides. *There are over 1000+ pages included in this bundle!*

*When you purchase the bundle, you save over 45% off the price of the individual units. That means you're getting one of the units for free!*

**What's In the Bundle:**

- Area
- Perimeter
- Area and Perimeter Missing Sides
- Area and Perimeter Word Problems
- Rectilinear Area

See each math unit in detail below!

**✅AREA OF RECTANGLES MINI LESSON**

There is an interactive mini-lesson included that students can glue into their notebooks to help them have something to reference after learning each of the three ways to find the area. This interactive notebook entry is "no-nonsense" which means that students simply have to cut and glue. There is no folding to make it easier for you to teach the lesson faster and to keep students on track.

**✅10 AREA WORKSHEETS**

In the ten area worksheets included, students practice counting the unit squares, multiplying to find area, tiling to find area, a mix of all three, deciding which rectangle has a bigger area, finding the unshaded and shaded area of rectangles, finding area of different rooms in a picture, shade in given areas, draw areas, and match the area to the correct answer.

**✅ 4 AREA ERROR ANALYSIS PAGES**

Students look at four different work samples and decide which pages are right and which are wrong based on what is shown. These are perfect for math talk or whole group discussions. The error analysis pages help with evaluating common third grade math mistakes.

**✅AREA CRAFT**

An area craftivity is included where students get to use their creative side while calculating area at the same time!

**✅EMOJI MATH SORT**

This is a sorting activity where students put a smile or a frown emoji on top of each task card. If the area is correct, a happy smile is put on top of it. If the wrong area was found, the students put a frown on top of the task card.

**✅HANDS-ON ACTIVITY**

There is a hands-on activity where students have to use their knowledge of area using manipulatives to make the correct area. There are 3 versions to allow for easy differentiation!

**✅GAME #1: BUILDING BLOCK CREATIONS GAME**

There are also 20 finding area game cards included. In the game, students have to find the area of each "building block kid creation." Students will love the cute game cards.

**✅ GAME #2: BUILD AN AQUARIUM GAME**

Each player gets a background to build their aquarium on. Playing cards and fish pieces go in the middle. Each time you get an answer correct, you earn a piece for your aquarium. Chance cards are provided to spice up gameplay. You never know who’s going to win with these included! The first person to finish getting 10 fish items in their aquarium wins!

**✅ GAME #3: WHOLE CLASS GAME**

I call this game "Bucket Filler!". Set up the task cards all around the room for students. Print enough of each task card for every student. Give each student a recording sheet. Let students wander the room and solve each task card. When they solve a card, they bring it to the teacher to be checked. If it's correct, they get to drop the task card in a bucket. At the end of gameplay, the teacher draws names out of the bucket. Those students earn a small prize as a reward (an eraser, a pencil, etc).

**✅ GAME #4: AREA RACING GAME**

This game is called "Line Them Up!". In the game, students race to see which team can line their cards up in the correct order first. Here are the steps to play. Mix up each set of cards well. Give a set of cards to each team. Start the race. Students find the START card first. They put this down. Once the start card is found, students find the answer to the equation. They continue to “Line Them Up” until they reach the FINISH card. The first team done wins!

**✅RECTILINEAR AREA MINI LESSON**

There is an interactive mini-lesson included that students can glue into their notebooks to help them have something to reference after learning how to find the rectilinear area of figures. This interactive notebook entry is "no-nonsense" which means that students simply have to cut and glue. There is no folding to make it easier for you to teach the lesson faster and to keep students on track. This is perfect for students to take area of composite figures notes.

**✅10 RECTILINEAR AREA WORKSHEETS**

In the ten area of composite figures worksheets included, students slowly learn how to figure out rectilinear area. I added 10 differentiated worksheets to allow you to give students the work that is best for them! The first three worksheets start out finding the area of regular rectangles using the distributive property. This allows students to easily transfer their knowledge to area of composite figures in the other 7 worksheets.

**✅ 4 RECTILINEAR AREA ERROR ANALYSIS PAGES**

Students look at four different work samples and decide which pages are right and which are wrong based on what is shown. These are perfect for math talk or whole group discussions. The error analysis pages help with evaluating common third grade math mistakes.

**✅CREATE YOUR OWN AMUSEMENT PARK ACTIVITY**

There is a create-your-own amusement park activity where students have to use their knowledge of rectilinear area to build their own amusement park. There are 3 versions to allow for easy differentiation!

**✅ BUILD A DINO PARK GAME**

Each player gets a background to build their dino park on. Playing cards and dino pieces go in the middle. Each time you get an answer correct, you earn a piece for your dino park. Chance cards are provided to spice up gameplay. You never know who’s going to win with these included! The first person to finish getting 10 dino items on their park wins!

**✅ WHOLE CLASS GAME**

I call this game "Bucket Filler!". Set up the task cards all around the room for students. Print enough of each task card for every student. Give each student a recording sheet. Let students wander the room and solve each task card. When they solve a card, they bring it to the teacher to be checked. If it's correct, they get to drop the task card in a bucket. At the end of gameplay, the teacher draws names out of the bucket. Those students earn a small prize as a reward (an eraser, a pencil, etc).

**✅AMUSEMENT PARK GAME**

There is a rectilinear area game included! In the game, students have to find the area of each rectilinear figure in an amusement park. They then have to find the sign that goes with the correct area. This is one of my class's favorite games we play all year. It's easy to play individually or with a partner! This game is perfect for an area of composite figures cooperative learning activity.

**✅PERIMETER MINI LESSON**

There is an interactive mini-lesson included that students can glue into their notebooks to help them have something to reference after learning how to find the perimeter of rectangles (and other shapes!). This interactive notebook entry is "no-nonsense" which means that students simply have to cut and glue. There is no folding to make it easier for you to teach the lesson faster and to keep students on track.

**✅10 PERIMETER WORKSHEETS**

In the ten perimeter worksheets included, students learn how to calculate the perimeter of shapes (mostly rectangles). I added 10 differentiated worksheets to allow you to give students the work that is best for them! In the worksheets provided, students find the perimeter of household items, rectangles, other shapes, a zoo, find perimeter given all sides, given two sides, given one side, and more!

**✅ 4 PERIMETER ERROR ANALYSIS PAGES**

Students look at four different work samples and decide which pages are right and which are wrong based on what is shown. These are perfect for math talk or whole group discussions. The error analysis pages help with evaluating common third grade math mistakes.

**✅CUT AND GLUE ACTIVITY**

There is a cut-and-glue activity about perimeter on the farm where students have to glue the correct farm animal in the correct pen depending on the perimeter of each pen. Color and black and white versions are included

**✅EMOJI MATH SORT**

This is a sorting activity where students put a smile or a frown emoji on top of each task card. If the perimeter is correct, a happy smile is put on top of it. If the wrong perimeter was found, the students put a frown on top of the task card.

**✅ SCAVENGER HUNT**

Place the task cards all around your classroom. Give each student a recording sheet. Let students walk around and find the perimeter of each real-life object and record it on their paper.

**✅GAME #1: COUNTING THE PERIMETER**

There is also a perimeter game included! In the game, students have to find the perimeter of each figure on each task card. They are able to use building blocks or counting cubes to help them get the "hands-on" feel they need to build their understanding of perimeter. I have also included a version of the game that includes finding both the area and perimeter of each task card. Use whichever version works best for your class.

**✅ GAME #2: BUILD A BEACH SCENE GAME**

Each player gets a background to build their beach on. Playing cards and pieces go in the middle. Each time you get an answer correct, you earn a piece for your beach. Chance cards are provided to spice up gameplay. You never know who’s going to win with these included! The first person to finish getting 10 items on their beach wins!

**✅ GAME #3: WHOLE CLASS GAME**

I call this game "Bucket Filler!". Set up the task cards all around the room for students. Print enough of each task card for every student. Give each student a recording sheet. Let students wander the room and solve each task card. When they solve a card, they bring it to the teacher to be checked. If it's correct, they get to drop the task card in a bucket. At the end of gameplay, the teacher draws names out of the bucket. Those students earn a small prize as a reward (an eraser, a pencil, etc).

**✅ GAME #4: PERIMETER RACING GAME**

This game is called "Line Them Up!". In the game, students race to see which team can line their cards up in the correct order first. Here are the steps to play. Mix up each set of cards well. Give a set of cards to each team. Start the race. Students find the START card first. They put this down. Once the start card is found, students find the answer to the equation. They continue to “Line Them Up” until they reach the FINISH card. The first team done wins!

⭐**AREA AND PERIMETER WORD PROBLEMS**⭐

**✅AREA AND PERIMETER MINI LESSON**

There is an interactive mini-lesson included that students can glue into their notebooks to help them have something to reference after learning how to tackle word problems. This interactive notebook entry is "no-nonsense" which means that students simply have to cut and glue. There is no folding to make it easier for you to teach the lesson faster and to keep students on track.

**✅16 AREA AND PERIMETER WORD PROBLEM WORKSHEETS**

- determining area or perimeter
- finding area
- finding perimeter
- finding area or perimeter
- finding missing side given area
- finding missing side given perimeter
- finding missing side given either
- finding same area or same perimeter
- solving a mix of area, perimeter, and missing sides
- solving multi-step problems
- area and perimeter word problems error analysis

**✅ 4 AREA AND PERIMETER WORD PROBLEM PAGES**

**✅BUG GAME**

There are also 16 area and perimeter word problem game cards included. In the game, students play to collect bugs that are worth points. Each time they spin the bug spinner, they have to answer a word problem relating to area or perimeter. The player who has the most bug points at the end wins!

**✅ BUILD A DINNER PLATE GAME**

Each player gets a background to build their dinner plate on. Playing cards and food pieces go in the middle. Each time you get an answer correct, you earn a piece for your dinner plate. Chance cards are provided to spice up gameplay. You never know who’s going to win with these included! The first person to finish getting 10 food items on their dinner plate wins!

**✅ AREA AND PERIMETER WORD PROBLEMS WHOLE CLASS GAME**

**✅ AREA & PERIMETER WORD PROBLEMS RACING GAME**

This game is called "Line Them Up!". In the game, students race to see which team can line their cards up in the correct order first. Here are the steps to play. Mix up each set of cards well. Give a set of cards to each team. Start the race. Students find the START card first. They put this down. Once the start card is found, students find the answer to the equation. They continue to “Line Them Up” until they reach the FINISH card. The first team done wins!

⭐**FINDING MISSING SIDES GIVEN AREA OR PERIMETER**⭐

**✅2 AREA AND PERIMETER MISSING SIDES MINI LESSONS**

There are TWO interactive mini-lessons included that students can glue into their notebooks to help them have something to reference after learning these two concepts. This interactive notebook entry is "no-nonsense" which means that students simply have to cut and glue. There is no folding to make it easier for you to teach the lesson faster and to keep students on track.

**✅10 AREA AND PERIMETER MISSING SIDES WORKSHEETS**

**In the ten worksheets included, **students practice:

-finding missing side length given area

-finding missing side length given perimeter

-comparing rectangles with same area

-comparing rectangles with same perimeter

-drawing rectangles with same area or perimeter

**✅ 4 ERROR ANALYSIS PAGES**

**✅CREATE YOUR OWN MANSION ACTIVITY**

There are THREE differentiated create your own mansion activities where students make their own house using the guidelines given. They have to create a house where some rooms have the same area and some have the same perimeter. The three versions allow you to give each student the version appropriate for them.

**✅GAME #1: CATS VS. DOGS GAME**

There is also a missing side lengths game called where students have the cats go against the dogs! In the game, students have to race against a partner to find all the missing side lengths before the other person wins! One person plays as the cats and the other person plays as the dogs. The first person to put all of their pets on the correct crate missing side lengths wins!

**✅ GAME #2: BUILD A PET SHOP GAME**

Each player gets a background to build their pet shop on. Playing cards and pet pieces go in the middle. Each time you get an answer correct, you earn a piece for your pet shop. Chance cards are provided to spice up gameplay. You never know who’s going to win with these included! The first person to finish getting 10 pet shop items in their pet shop wins!

**✅ GAME #3: WHOLE CLASS GAME**

**✅ GAME #4: RACING GAME**

**✅21 AREA AND PERIMETER POSTERS**

There are 21 area and perimeter posters for you to hang on the wall for students to reference during your area and perimeter unit. These are a great helpful reminder for students when learning about the difference between area and perimeter.

This bundle was designed for third graders, but would work great as a review for fourth graders as well. A black and white and color version of each game and activity is included.

*This aligns with 2nd Grade Texas TEKS:*

- TEKS 2.9F: use concrete models of square units to find the area of a rectangle by covering it with no gaps or overlaps, counting to find the total number of square units, and describing the measurement using a number and the unit

*This aligns with 3rd Grade Texas TEKS:*

- TEKS 3.6C: determine the area of rectangles with whole number side lengths in problems using multiplication related to the number of rows times the number of unit squares in each row
- TEKS 3.6D: decompose composite figures formed by rectangles into non-overlapping rectangles to determine the area of the original figure using the additive property of area
- TEKS 3.7B: determine the perimeter of a polygon or a missing length when given perimeter and remaining side lengths in problems

*This aligns with 4th Grade Texas TEKS:*

- TEKS 4.5C: use models to determine the formulas for the perimeter of a rectangle (l + w + l + w or 2l + 2w), including the special form for perimeter of a square (4s) and the area of a rectangle (l x w)
- TEKS 4.5D: solve problems related to perimeter and area of rectangles where dimensions are whole numbers

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