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Casey Figueira

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Comparing Area

Page 1 & 2. Task 1: "Which has the bigger area- your foot or your hand?" Trace around one of your feet and one of your hands. Find the area of each part. Compare your results to discover who has the biggest hand and/or foot in the class/home. add photo upload a photo of the area of your hand and foot. mic record yourself answering the following questions: 1. Does the person with the biggest foot have the biggest hand? 2. How much bigger is your foot than your hand? Page 3. Task 2: Choose an informal unit and calculate the area of the top of your desk. You may use a variety of materials as informal units e.g. paper plates, sheets of paper/cardboard, tiles, books, etc. check to submit

2nd Grade, Kindergarten, 1st Grade, Home Learning, Math
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