<![CDATA[Third grade<br />reading - Area and Perimeter Blog]]>Sun, 28 May 2017 23:16:59 -0700Weebly<![CDATA[Tuesday Exit Slip]]>Mon, 08 Feb 2016 23:45:23 GMThttp://thirdgradereading1516.weebly.com/area-and-perimeter-blog/tuesday-exit-slip

How did you compare the areas of the shapes?

Why is it important to not have gaps or overlaps when finding the area of a figure?

How is area used in real world situations?

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How does knowing the area of a square or rectangle relate to knowing multiplication facts?

How can multiplication and addition be used to determine a rectangle’s area?

How is commutative property of multiplication evident in an area model?

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How are perimeter and area of a shape related?

How does combining and breaking apart shapes affect the perimeter and area?