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Finding the Biggest Dog Pen

Unit 14: Area & Perimeter
Lesson 16 of 19

Objective: SWBAT determine the largest dog pen that can be made when given a specific amount of fencing.

Big Idea: Students will find, compare, and analyze all possible dog pen arrangements that can be created when given a specific amount of fencing.

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Math, Geometry, Geometric Modeling, area (Measurement), perimeter (Determining Measurements), perimeter, area of rectangle, fencing, pattern
  100 minutes
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