Area (and perimeter)

BANSHO measurement – area gr 4-5 – Teacher copy

Measurement Test perimeter & area grade 4 2011

Measurement Test perimeter & area grade 5 2011

Measurement Test perimeter & area grade 4 – easier 2012

Measurement Test perimeter & area grade 5 – easier 2012

Possible modified tests for students with IEP’s:

Measurement Test perimeter & area mod 2011

Measurement Test perimeter & area mod2 2011

See the unit in action at:

www.mrwendlersclass.wordpress.com

or see it as a word document here:

Perimeter and area unit – example in the class

Perimeter and Area – Student Work – Bansho 2011-2012

very amazing i leaned like a lot

helped my children a lot

Thanks for all the amazing stuff. It’s very useful and helpful! I was wonderful if you had levelled answers or examples for the grade 4 easier test- the question with the irregular polygon with “Fred”- just curious what a 1, 2, 3 and 4 would look like? Thank you!

I don’t have examples that are ready to be put up on the blog, but I can tell you the difference between a level 2, 3 and 4 might look like this:

level 2: He is wrong, the “?” is longer than 6 m. (no explanation)

level 3: He is wrong, the answer is 9 m. I know this because I looked at the other side. (right answer, mediocre explanation)

level 4: He is wrong, the answer is 9 m. Opposite sides have to be equal, one side is 12 m, so the other side must be 3 + ? = 12. (right answer, clear explanation – perhaps using algebra)