Dice: Teach area in math. Shared by Eilleen Kalman from Mishawaka School Corporation (NW Roundtable) Maybe instead of perimeter, I can have the student to multiply the dice and use the answer as their area of a rectangle?
Create name on grid paper. Figure out perimeter of each letter. Add all letters to find total perimeter. Anchored In Grade OR maybe choose one letter (first one of the name?) if you only do it in math class - otherwise it could be done as an art project!
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10 Fun Games and Activities for teaching multiplication! Help students build fluency, practice strategies hands on, and ultimately memorize their multiplication facts! Perfect for any and grade classroom!