# Calculate area

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Common geometry formulas you can use to calculate the area, perimeter, and circumference of various plane figures.

How to Master the U-Shape!

This cootie catcher is a great way for students to have fun while they practice their skills with calculating area. How to Play and Assembly Instructions are included.Problems allow students to calculate area using equations for triangles and for rectangles.

Number bonds to 10 challenge. My children love numicon!

Teachers and homeschoolers, this project is an amazing way to close out one calendar year or open a new year. Designing and building gingerbread houses creates an atmosphere of motivated engagement. The students feel the authenticity of the math challenges, and they’re excited to see their designs come to life. Students will make floor plans, calculate area and perimeter, and draw front and side view silhouettes. Then they build! Click this pin for more information and pics!

GRAPHING FIGURES ON A COORDINATE PLANE {TO CALCULATE AREA} - TeachersPayTeachers.com

Great for test prep!In this activity your students will have 8 triangles to calculate area. As students correctly identify the area of each figure, their answers will be linked to colors, and the colors will be used to complete an Easter themed coloring activity.This product is 2 of 8 Easter coloring activities that will be an Area, Perimeter, and Volume Easter Coloring Activity Bundle.

In Geometry Combat, players compete to see who can calculate areas of simple geometric shapes with the best time and accuracy.

Great for test prep!In this activity your students will have 8 shapes(squares and rectangles) to calculate area. As students correctly identify the area of each figure, their answers will be linked to colors, and the colors will be used to complete an Easter themed coloring activity.This product is 1 of 8 Easter coloring activities that will be an Area, Perimeter, and Volume Easter Coloring Activity Bundle.

We all agree that students should know how to calculate area and perimeter of two-dimensional shapes coming into 6th grade. The reality is that many need a refresher. This 10 page activity is my solution. It comes with a full answer key and one page teacher instructions.