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Squidoo has a fun game for kids to practice area, and perimeter. Kids roll the dice and find the area. Then, fence off their perimeter. They use their multiplication skills to take over the land with the most real estate! Click the link to view instructions for this game and to view even more fun games for your math stations at school!

100 day activities. Partner up kids, or play in groups of 4. Give one dice, pencil, and a 100 charts to each player/couple. Higher grade levels: roll and keep adding (or subtracting) the number you rolled, until you get to exactly 100. Cross out the numbers as you go along, erase the line when you subtract, until you get to exactly 100.

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10 Hands-On Strategies for Teaching Area and Perimeter

10 Hands-on activities for Perimeter and Area

Witzzle game - the student needs to hit the target number using three numbers (one time each) in a row (horizontal, vertical, or diagonal) using addition, subtraction, multiplication, and/or division by following PEMDAS. So fun! I am so introducing this to my kids


Compare Fractions Activity

fun fraction game with variations for advanced students