Students will: multiply to find area, add to find the perimeter, or the sum of 2 areas or perimeters, subtract to find the difference between 2 areas or perimeters, and add and subtract to find missing sides in a given shape. Students can check their
Perimeter of Polygons (Like Terms, Substitution, and Solving)
This worksheet requires students to find the perimeter of a polygon, as an algebraic expression, through adding like terms. Students are then asked to find the perimeter through substitution or to solve for the variable.
Help develop perimeter skills with these pig themed task cards! Students find the perimeter of various pig pen shapes. They also find missing sid.
Error analysis activities are a valuable and challenging way to help your students practice area and perimeter measurement. The worksheets give them the opportunity to visually represent the different shapes, label, and find the correct measurements with space to explain their thinking. This rigorous math resource is perfect for 3rd and 4th grade instruction, center work, or independent practice. Students love finding the errors! Click here to see more!
Students use centimeter cubes to help them find the perimeter, area, and volume of irregularly-shaped figures. They also find the area by dividing figures into rectangles and adding areas together. This is good to use as a center or whole-class activity.
Several free activities. Finding the Perimeter and Area of Rectangles activities from The Curriculum Corner FREE includes anchor chart and center ideas
Third Grade Perimeter Task Cards and Google Classroom Slides No Prep
Great set of task cards for students to work on finding the perimeter of polygons. A nice mixture of levels and questions. Words problems make the students dig deep to find the missing measurements! Use them as a scoot game, in stations, small groups or
MN Math Standard: Find the perimeter of a polygon by adding the lengths of the sides. Often times students are asked to find the perimeter of a shape. On more challenging state tests, students are asked to compare the perimeter of two shapes.