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4-corner foldable to review the formulas for the area and perimeter I would use this with fifth grade. We would integrate math and art. We would be making this craft with the different colors of the color wheel.

Foldable for math journals that shows the relationship between the perimeter and area of rectangles and parallelograms

Amazing blog and math journal sundays full of math ideas (many of which I had already pinned pictures of) but this is the whole lesson on area and perimeter of triangle, rectangle, and square...which I will use next week for testing review.

Show the relationship between the area of a rectangle and a triangle with this foldable that you can have students put right in their math notebook.

Cut out a square, and fold it in half into a triangle. They glued this into their journals, and solved for the area of the triangle and the rectangle (square).

Using a story wheel for kids to create their own "area cheat sheets" for maths - students included areas of triangle, rectangle, parallelogram and circle.

Derive the formula for a parallelogram using only the formula for the area of a rectangle. It should make more sense for the student!

Runde's Room: Math Journal Sundays

Math Journal Idea- simplify with kids. Area and perimeter with quads.