Friday, February 25, 2011

Perimeter and Area Robots


One of my favorite perimeter and area tasks is my perimeter and area robot activity.  I used the task as a performance assessment, and it is a huge success every year.  I love activities where my students get excited and have the opportunity to apply all they have learned.  I wanted to share some of my students' creations!
area and perimeter robot, measurement activity

I always start the activity by pretending that our class has received an official letter from NASA. I make a big deal out of opening the envelope. I act very secretive, because of course, it's a top secret mission, and everyone always gets so involved in the project. Since I originally created this pack, I have since added multiple versions for easier differentiation. I have this activity on TpT as an individual file. It's also a part of my Fun With Area and Perimeter Pack.

The task is available at the following link.
Perimeter and Area Robot

It is also included in my Fun With Perimeter and Area product.
Fun With Perimeter and Area

2 comments:

Workshop Classroom said...

What a quick but effective assessment!!!

Molly said...

Ashleigh!

I love these! I bought your A & P product and did the robots with my kiddos this week and they had so much fun! I also did a blog post about it and linked back to your blog! This is such a fun, creative idea!

Circle Tree and Area and Perimeter Robots

Molly
Lessons with Laughter

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