# Perimeter of Shapes Practice for Google Slides®

3rd - 4th
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21 slides
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### Description

Teaching to find the perimeter is important because of real-life applications. It's also important later in geometry. But in real-life situations, we measure perimeter for a variety of reasons. One way to find the perimeter is to count line segments while the other is to add the sides. This Google Slides® resource practices in both ways.

WHY USE THIS GOOGLE SLIDES PERIMETER RESOURCE?

Students will practice finding the perimeter of shapes using interactive Google Slides. Students will manipulate objects on the slide as well as enter text to solve and answer questions about the perimeter. There are embedded animations to remind students how to find the perimeter. It is also good practice for online standardized math testing.

HOW IT WORKS

• The slides are designed to be worked on independently after the student has learned how to find the perimeter of a shape.
• Included are 2 examples that remind students how to find the perimeter counting units sides or adding measured sides.
• There’s also a practice page just for learning how to drag and draw objects on the screen correctly.
• Each slide also has Speaker Notes that can be accessed on the slide to give the students more hints and instructions.

• If the slide is interactive, it means there are places for the students to either -
• manipulate and drag shapes to match a particular perimeter
• manipulate and drag shapes to complete a puzzle
• manipulate and drag shapes to construct a shape
• draw shapes to create shapes
• text boxes to type and explain

• Finally, there’s a self-assessment for the student to gauge understanding of perimeter.

WHAT'S INCLUDED ON THE GOOGLE SLIDES

• Cover page (not interactive)
• Instructions to Student. (not interactive)
• Examples of finding perimeter by counting unit sides. (embedded animation)
• Examples of finding perimeter by adding measured sides. (embedded animation)
• Problem 1 - Understanding perimeter (interactive)
• Problem 2 - Remember how to find perimeter matching (interactive)
• Problem 3 - Remember how to find perimeter matching (interactive)
• Problem 4 - Remember how to find perimeter counting sides (interactive)
• Problem 5 - Remember how to find perimeter adding sides (interactive)
• Problem 6 - Understanding perimeter puzzle pieces (interactive)
• Problem 7 - Understanding perimeter puzzle pieces (interactive)
• Problem 8 - Understanding perimeter find missing side (interactive)
• Problem 9 - Applying perimeter in a word problem (interactive)
• Problem 10 - Applying perimeter to problem solve (interactive)
• Problem 11 - Analysis of perimeter error (interactive)
• Problem 12 - Analysis of perimeter providing proof (interactive)
• Problem 13 - Evaluating perimeter with 2 possibilities (interactive)
• Problem 14 - Creating with perimeter a dream home (interactive)
• Self Assessment (interactive)

The slides have been leveled using Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy.

• 4 Slides for Remembering
• 4 Slides for Understanding
• 2 Slides for Applying
• 2 Slides for Analyzing
• 1 Slide for Evaluating
• 1 Slide for Creating

WHAT'S INCLUDED FOR THE TEACHER

• Tutorial on how to assign it in Google Classroom
• Teacher Tips for using Google Slides
• PDF document of all the slides for your reference
• PDF document of all the slides and SPEAKER NOTES for your reference

What are some advantages of going PAPERLESS with a cloud-based resource?

• students turn in work digitally for you to grade
• students utilize 21st-century learning tools
• students prepare for similar tasks they will encounter with online standardized tests
• student motivation is high

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Interested in more resources for math for:

★ distributive property

★ multiplication properties

★ multiplication resources

★ math centers

★ math games

★ area and perimeter

★ geometry

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Total Pages
21 slides
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Teaching Duration
45 minutes
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### Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Solve real world and mathematical problems involving perimeters of polygons, including finding the perimeter given the side lengths, finding an unknown side length, and exhibiting rectangles with the same perimeter and different areas or with the same area and different perimeters.