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Math Activities for 2nd - 3rd Graders
Question 1: can you build a line with a length of 3? how many blocks does it take?
Question 2: can you build a square with a length of3 ? how many block does it take?
question 3: can you build a cube with a length of 3? how many blocks does it take?
question 4: can you write an addition sentence telling how many blocks it takes to build a square of length 3? a cube of length 3?
can you write a multiplication sentence telling how many blocks it takes?
can you write the number of blocks it takes in exponential form?
question 4: can you build a shape with blocks that represents 3 ?
Use the
PHET Active Simulations Site
to answer the following questions.
Question 1: can you build a rectangle with an area of 6 units squared and a perimeter of 10 units?
Question 2: can you build a rectangle with an area of 6 units squared that has a perimeter other than 10? (i think you can)
question 3: can you build a non-rectangular shape with an area of 6 units squared?
question 4: can you build two different rectangles, both with an area of 24 units squared?
question 5: how many different rectangles can you make that each have an area of 24 units squared? what are the perimeters of each one?
Question 6: how can you use length, width, area, factors and products to make sure you've found all the rectangles?
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