Task cards are a great way to review and practice with concepts without overwhelming or boring students! Students can work at their own pace answering one card at a time.
This pack of Area and Perimeter Task Cards includes 48 cards, a page for recording answers, and an answer key.
Cards are great for centers, tutoring, bell ringers, or test prep.
Cards include all sorts of area and perimeter skills for squares and rectangles and compound shapes made up of squares and rectangles. (Have a peek pictures for a good idea of the types of questions offered on these cards.)
Cards cover a variety of area and perimeter skills and include:
*finding perimeter of squares, rectangles, and compound shapes
*finding area of squares, rectangles, and compound shapes
*looking at the effects of doubling or tripling one or both side lengths
*given the perimeter or area, determining the length of a side
*cost and area
*determining the area and perimeter of a shape within a shape
*relationships between area and perimeter
*lots of deep thinking about area and perimeter
***Cards will need to be printed and cut out to prepare for students. Entire file is 16 pages.***
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