Tuesday, 4 August 2015

Square Skills

We are learning to explore the relationship between area and perimeter using multiplication.

  1. Grandma has 24 squares in shades of purple.
Draw the different ways that she could make
rectangular shapes using all 24 squares.

2.  For quilts, Grandma buys binding to stitch
around the outside (the perimeter).

  1. 2400
  2. perimeter = 110

3.Grandma has cut out 36 squares with flower patterns on them.


Both shapes need the same amount of binding.

This task involved me designing and then finding the area and perimeter of the shapes.


Evan said...

I liked it how you made your rectangles and answered all your questions.Also that how any shapes of squares are in it.

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