This product helps students master the following:
1. Understand the relationship between base and length and height and width
2. Recognize the similarity between calculating the area of squares, rectangles, and parallelograms on the coordinate grid.
3. Cut the b x h formula in half to find the area of a triangle since a triangle is half of a rectangle or parallelogram.
4. Break apart composite figures, determine the area of each shape, and add to calculate the area of the composite figure.
This product contains the following:
1. 8 guided practice questions to find the area of composite figures (4 l-shapes, 4 with triangles, rectangles, and parallelograms)
2. 9 independent practice questions
3. 4 question Exit Slip – 6.G.1
4. 6 question homework – 6.G.1
Can be used for whole group or small group instruction as well as remediation and test prep.
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