This unit has a set of raindrop cards where students sort them under the perimeter or area raincloud (according to which the phrase is referring to). There is also a 3-in-a-Row Wins game. The game board has nine word problems on it dealing with either perimeter or area (answer key included). Students solve these and add an umbrella card of their team's color to the board. After three in a row, there is a winner! I have included programmable cards for everything so there's no limit to the possibilities. There is also a worksheet to check for individual student understanding. The answer key is included.
This can be used for an interactive bulletin board, math center, or fun review/differentiation. With so many programmable possibilities it is easy to differentiate.
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Copy all programmed cards on card stock (or on paper and laminate). Have students sort the raindrop under the appropriate raincloud to indicate if the problem is wanting the perimeter or area.
Post the three columns of three word problem rainclouds together to form a game board. Have students take turns solving them and placing their teams colored umbrella on the word problem (orally answer or have students write the answers on the blank raindrops). Three in a row wins!