I have Keynote presentations for introductions, and am working on videos that will aid you along the way. If you have done them correctly, you may be ready to assess and "pass out" of this standard.
If you are not getting them right, go back to the instructional keynote about standard 1 If you have done them correctly, you may be ready to assess and "pass out" of this standard.
More well-known parallelograms include the rhombus, rectangle, and square.
Instead of having a length and a width, a parallelogram has a base, height, and sides.
Although not required or necessary, you may download the file "Parallelograms - Page 55" to aid in your counting of the area and perimeter for each of the six parallelograms you are responsible for today.
A parallelogram is a quadrilateral (four-sided figure) that has two pair of opposite sides parallel.
If you are not getting them right, go back to the instructional keynote about standard 5, and do more practice.In addition to the keynotes and videos I provide, you are welcome to practice using flashcards I created originally for Kagan activities.The final unit test will be given to all students tentatively on Friday, April 25th.The date could be sooner depending on how quickly students go through the unit.
There are five things you will need to check off your list by Friday, April 25th.Once you have checked off a standard, you may move right on to the next one.