This practice chain activity is a fun way to practice and reinforce finding the Area of Polygons and Compound Figures
. Figures include rectangles, trapezoids, parallelograms, and compound figures. Skip the worksheet…but still get the practice. Students solve one link to find the other. These questions review common core concept: 6.G.A.1.
A great addition to your 6th grade math review and practice
and for differentiation. Intermix with other area activities for deeper understanding.
Also available in the $$ saving 6th GRADE MATH: Ultimate Teacher Resource Bundle (GROWING)
Middle school geometry resources include:
- Volume and Surface area of Rectangular and Triangular Prisms math Detective Activity
-Finding Pi Inquiry Activity with circles
- Find the area of composite figures and polygons paper chain activity
- Volume and Surface Area of Cylinders and Cones Quest Activity
- Design a Medieval Village Integrated Geometry Project
- Find the Area: Rectangles Practice and Review (6.G.A.1.)
- Find the Area: Right Triangles Practice and Review (6.G.A.1.)
- Find the Volume: Cubes and Rectangular Prisms Practice and Review (6.G.A.2.)
- Find the Volume: Triangular Prisms (6.G.A.4.)
- Find the area between two rectangles
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