Area and Perimeter Math Centers: Dot Games

Area and Perimeter Math Centers: Dot Games
Area and Perimeter Math Centers: Dot Games
Area and Perimeter Math Centers: Dot Games
Area and Perimeter Math Centers: Dot Games
Area and Perimeter Math Centers: Dot Games
Area and Perimeter Math Centers: Dot Games
Area and Perimeter Math Centers: Dot Games
Area and Perimeter Math Centers: Dot Games
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  1. This Measurement Dot Games Bundle includes the three dot games resources listed below. Dot Games are a fun and easy way to practice measurement conversions and finding area, perimeter, and volume. Buy in a bundle and save 30%! (Click the links below to get more information.)Measurement Conversions D
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Area and Perimeter Dot games are a fun and easy way to practice finding area and perimeter of rectangles and other polygons. Dot games are engaging for early-finishers, math centers, and review of finding area and perimeter.

8 Dot Games Included (plus 1 blank one to make your own):
-Perimeter: Level 1
-Perimeter: Level 2
-Area of Rectangles: Level 1
-Area of Rectangles: Level 2
-Area of Figures (L-shapes- two rectangles put together): Level 1
-Area of Figures (L-shapes with missing lengths): Level 2
-Missing Dimensions: Level 1
-Missing Dimensions: Level 2

All in Color and Grayscale

Instructions & Tips for Teachers also included. Differentiate with the different skills and levels!

SAVE 30% by buying this in the Measurement Dot Games Bundle.

Download the Multiplication and Division Patterns Dot Game freebie to get more information on how to play.

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Division Facts Dot Games
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Apply the area and perimeter formulas for rectangles in real world and mathematical problems. For example, find the width of a rectangular room given the area of the flooring and the length, by viewing the area formula as a multiplication equation with an unknown factor.
Relate area to the operations of multiplication and addition.
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