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Irina Cobbs

Measuring Perimeter of Quadrilaterals

Grades: 3rd Grade
Subjects: Math

Student Instructions

1. Watch the video. 2. Click add 3. Name each shape by dragging the correct label on top of the shape. 4. Move the ruler by clicking on move to measure the sides of the given shapes to help you find the perimeter. 5. Use pen pen or tex box label to label the length and width of the shapes. 6. Show your work by writing an equation explaining how you found the perimeter. 7. Click check to submit your work.

Teacher Notes (not visible to students)

Perimeter of quadrilateral A (parallelogram): 38 cm Perimeter of quadrilateral B (trapezoid): 34 cm Perimeter of quadrilateral C (rhombus): 32 cm Perimeter of quadrilateral D (squared): 36 cm Perimeter of quadrilateral E (rectangle): 40 cm This activity works with Grade 3 - Bridges Math: Unit 6 Geometry: Module 2, Session 6 - Paper Quadrilaterals.