Distance Learning Area and Perimeter Teaching Videos, Activities, Quiz, and more

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Rachel Lynette
Grade Levels
3rd - 5th, Homeschool
Formats Included
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  • Google Apps™
  • Internet Activities
20+ pages, 30+ slides, 9 videos
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NOW 100% DIGITAL OPTION! If you've been trying to facilitate independent learning while teaching area and perimeter skills, then this product is perfect for you!

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What's a Learning Path?

This learning path is a series of videos, audio instructions, and practice activities designed to help students learn area and perimeter in a systematic way. It starts with the basics and adds in higher-level skills and rigor as students gain understanding. The Learning Path Packet keeps students on task and offers a place to show what they've learned. The Learning Path ends by students taking a summative quiz.

How does it work?

Students start with a printed Learning Path Packet and a Google Slides file. They will start at the beginning of the Google Slides and work their way through the entire file. The slides contain embedded videos that will teach students about area and perimeter, audio files to share insight or directions, and digital practice activities. The slides also guide students to visit their packets to show what they've learned. The packet keeps students on track and allows you to check in on them at any time throughout the learning process. Once it's complete, it can be taken as a grade or sent home for parents to see what they've been learning at school.

Once students have worked through the Learning Path and have shown that they have learned their area and perimeter skills, they can take a 20-question summative assessment. This assessment can be taken as a grade or it can help you create small groups for additional targeted practice or intervention.


What's included in the fully digital version?

~ 9 embedded instructional videos (housed on Youtube, but also available on my website)

~ Multiple audio files (housed on my website)

~ 32-page Google Slides file

~ 20-question Google Forms Digital Quiz

What's included in the digital/paper hybrid version?

~ 9 embedded instructional videos (housed on Youtube, but also available on my website)

~ Multiple audio files (housed on my website)

~ 6-page Learning Path Packet

~ 28-page Google Slides file

~ 3-page Area and perimeter quiz

What skills are covered?

~ area and perimeter vocabulary

~ square units

~ linear units

~ counting area and perimeter on arrays

~ basic area and perimeter formulas

~ Advanced perimeter formulas

~ Calculating areas and perimeters that require 2-steps

~ Area and perimeter story problems

This resource is great because it allows you to integrate technology, facilitate a student-paced classroom, have more available time to work with small groups of students, and assess student mastery.

Will this technology work in your class?

You can use the links below to check whether the technology will work on your students' computers. Some districts have filters blocking outside links, so if you don't often use Google in your class, make sure you test using a student computer!


Test that Google Slides Work! Download a FREE sample of this Learning Path!


*** The backup videos are housed on my website and the audio files are transcribed in the notes section of each slide. This may help overcome technology hurdles you may have.

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Great for 3rd grade! Perfect for 4th grade! Helpful for 5th grade!

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20+ pages, 30+ slides, 9 videos
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Recognize area as an attribute of plane figures and understand concepts of area measurement.
A square with side length 1 unit, called “a unit square,” is said to have “one square unit” of area, and can be used to measure area.
Measure areas by counting unit squares (square cm, square m, square in, square ft, and improvised units).
Relate area to the operations of multiplication and addition.
Find the area of a rectangle with whole-number side lengths by tiling it, and show that the area is the same as would be found by multiplying the side lengths.


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