## Mathematics Enhanced Scope and Sequence Grade Virginia Department of Education Rolling Rectangles Reporting Category Measurement Topic Finding rea and erimeter Primary SOL - Description

8 The student will find perimeter area and volu me in standard units of measure differentiate among perimeter area and volume and identify whether th e application of the concept of perimeter area or volume is appropriate for a given situation Relate ID: 26902 Download Pdf

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# Mathematics Enhanced Scope and Sequence Grade Virginia Department of Education Rolling Rectangles Reporting Category Measurement Topic Finding rea and erimeter Primary SOL

8 The student will find perimeter area and volu me in standard units of measure differentiate among perimeter area and volume and identify whether th e application of the concept of perimeter area or volume is appropriate for a given situation Relate

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## Mathematics Enhanced Scope and Sequence Grade Virginia Department of Education Rolling Rectangles Reporting Category Measurement Topic Finding rea and erimeter Primary SOL

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Mathematics Enhanced Scope and Sequence Grade 5 Virginia Department of Education  2011 Rolling Rectangles Reporting Category Measurement Topic Finding rea and erimeter Primary SOL 5.8 The student will find perimeter, area, and volu me in standard units of measure; differentiate among perimeter, area, and volume and identify whether th e application of the concept of perimeter, area, or volume is appropriate for a given situation. Related SOL 5.14 Materials Number cubes Rol ling Rectangles recording sheet (attached) Grid paper (attached) Vocabulary rea, perimeter,

square, rectangle, dim ensions Student/Teacher Actions (what students and teachers should be doing to facilitate learning) 1. Begin t he lesson with a review of area and perimeter concepts. 2. Distribute copies of the Rolling Rectangles recording sheet and grid paper (attached) , and ve pairs of student Rolling Rectangles Player 1 r oll two number cubes. Using the rolled numbers as the dimensions (l en gth and width) of a rectangle, p layer 1 ketch es the rectangle on grid paper and label the dimensions, ar ea and perimeter. Player 1 e nter the area or perimeter of the rectangle as his/her

score in one of the spaces on the recording sheet. If neither the area nor the perimeter will fit a category, layer 1 enter it in space or enter a zero scor e in space of his/her choice. Players alternate rolls for five turns each The player with the highest score after five turns wins. Assessment Questions What is the difference between area and perimeter? What are some strategies to use for filling in the recording sheet when playing Rolling Rectangles Which categories have a low er probability of being rolled? Journal/Writing Prompts Explain some relationships between the area and perimeter

of the rectangles that you drew on the grid paper. Describe a s ituation in which you would need to find the area. Describe a situation in which you would need to find the perimeter.
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Mathematics Enhanced Scope and Sequence Grade 5 Virginia Department of Education  2011 Describe a situation in which you would need to find the volume. Other The community is adding a sandbox to the local park. o make the e dge of the sandbox, t hey have 2 0 pieces of wood that are each two feet long. On a piece of grid paper, show all the ways that you can arrange the pieces of wood into

a rectangle. Which of the rectangles has the largest area? Extensions and Connections (for all students) Have students draw all of the different rectangles with an area of 12 on grid paper, find the perimeters and talk about the pattern. Then have them find all of the rectangles with a perimeter of 12, find the area and talk about the pattern Discuss the probability of different categories, which ones are easier to roll and which are more difficult. Strategies for Differentiation Have students draw rectangles on grid paper and find the perimeter and area without using the recording sheet.

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Mathematics Enhanced Scope and Sequence Grade 5 Virginia Department of Education  2011 olling Rectangles Name Date Category Pl Scores W Scores rea = p erimeter rea = even n umber erimeter = one digit number rea = m ultiple of 3 erimeter > a rea CHANCE rea = odd n umber erimeter = even number erimeter = m ultiple of 5 rea > p erimeter area = composite n umber rea = rime umber rea = erfect quare = 4 or = 4 Grand Total
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Mathematics Enhanced Scope and Sequence Grade 5 Virginia Department of Education  2011