math stations. It was designed to have students practice finding area and perimeter in a simple format. And the best part about this? I made it FREE for you to grab for your class too!
The students choose two of the numbers randomly and put them down for the dimensions of that particular room. After doing that, they find the perimeter and area of the room as well. (Sometimes that room dimensions don't necessarily make sense, for example a kitchen that is 2x2 ft but this provides a great extension activity for students to identify and discuss which ones are and aren't realistic.
After that, they draw the floor plan using the dimensions they had picked for each room on the graph paper. Inside the rooms, they write the dimensions as well. I tell students I want them to logically think about the layout of the house and try to create it as realistically as possible.
This activity is quick but a great review for area and perimeter. It took about 25 minutes for them to complete from start to finish.
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