Building a Dog Kennel Days 4-6

Unit 3: Using Multiplication to Find Area
Lesson 9 of 12

Objective: Students will be able to create the dimensions of appropriately sized kennels for different sizes and types of dogs, given the total area to be used.

Big Idea: Students will be able to use strategies to solve real-world problems involving area and perimeter.

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Math, regions, areas, factors, strategies, manipulatives, arrays, area of rectangle, partition, math talk, decomposing, model with math, recording thinking, spatial structuring, partnerships, composing, Math Tools, revising thinking, presenting
  55 minutes
boys creating kennel space
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