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    • Sophia Henson

      Using spelling words to find area perimeter. I cant wait to add it as an option for our Word Work during Daily 5 rotations! The kids will love this :)

    • Holly Lail

      Strategy: Word Perimeter Subject: Geometry Process: Connections Common Core: 3.MD.8 Solve real world and mathematical problems involving perimeters of polygons Need: representational practice Goal: procedural practice Materials: graph paper Summary: Students write words (spelling, vocabulary, name, etc) on graph paper, box it in, and determine area and perimeter

    • Danielle Olsovsky

      using spelling words to find area + perimeter. Try this with math vocabulary words?

    • Rebecca Hinkle

      Area and Perimeter Spelling Words

    • Betsy Easterbrook

      Use spelling words to find area and perimeter

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