Your students will love the bright and engaging to practice finding the . Students will learn how to calculate the area of irregular figures by decomposing them into rectangles. They will find the in more than one way to truly understand the concept.
You will love the ready-made , which makes this resource perfect for math stations, review or tutoring. This resource can also be used to teach your whole class lesson, as you work with students and teach the concept using the interactive Google Slides. This Simple and Easy-to-Use lesson is designed for 3rd grade students and aligns to TEKS 3.6D and CCSS 3.MD.C.7d.
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- Teaches students how to decompose irregular (rectilinear) figures into rectangles
- Show students how to find the area of each rectangle and add them together to find the area of the larger figure
- Walks students through the Google Slides activities they will complete
- Is approximately 8 minutes
- Student Devices must have access to You-Tube to view the Video Lesson
⭐Many of the , so through the activity .
- Engaging practice with Movable Pieces
- Matching Activities
- Application of Learning in Real-World Word Problems
- Word Problems have optional Step-by-Step support
- Video Lesson with Activity Instructions
- 12 Interactive Activities
- Teacher Key in separate Google Slides™ doc that can be assigned to students to check their work at home with their parents
- PDF with a link to make a copy of the Google Slides™ in your Google Drive
- Directions on how to assign the Google Slides™ activity to students in Google Classroom™
TEKS 3.6D Decompose composite figures formed by rectangles into non-overlapping rectangles to determine the area of the original figure using the additive property of area.
CCSS.3.MD.C.7d Recognize area as additive. Find areas of rectilinear figures by decomposing them into non-overlapping rectangles and adding the areas of the non-overlapping parts, applying this technique to solve real world problems.
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Area Lesson 1: Understand the Concept of Area by filling Rectangles with Square Units
Area Lesson 2: Find Area by Multiplying the Number of Rows by the number of Unit Squares in Each Row
Area Lesson 3: Multiplying Whole Number Side Lengths to find Area
Area Lesson 4 *This Lesson*: Area of Irregular Shapes using Unit Squares
Area Lesson 5: Area of Irregular Shapes using Side Lengths
Area Lesson 6: Use Area Models to Prove the Distributive Property
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