Sometimes the best way to learn a new concept is by doing it yourself! Check out these hands-on math activities that give students the opportunity to practice measuring angles, area, and perimeter. Read on to find out more!
The following activities are super simple! Use them as an in-class learning center or a take-home project. Great for reinforcing basic area, angles, and perimeter concepts, the activities below only require a few materials and are ideal for second, third, fourth, and fifth grades.
Grab a piece of white foam board or poster board, some colorful masking tape, a marker, and a protractor for this fun angle project! Here's what students will do:
Print out your free copy of this basic area activity from Super Teacher Worksheets and make sure you have a set of colored pencils on hand! Following the instructions, students will:
Get ready for extra enthusiasm about this activity! After all, who doesn't love tasty cheese crackers?! So make sure you have plenty of those stocked up, plus a piece of colorful poster paper and a marker. Now let's get to it:
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