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Lessons (110)

Lessons (110)

6th Grade Math

(11 Units, 110 Lessons)

Unit 10 - Area of Two Dimensional Figures(14 Lessons)

Area of Rectangles

6th Grade Math

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Area of Two Dimensional Figures

Big Idea:Area measures the number of square units that cover the inside space of a 2-dimensional figure.

18 Resources

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18 Resources

42 Favorites

Rectangles with the Same Area and Different Perimeters

6th Grade Math

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Area of Two Dimensional Figures

Big Idea:Rectangles that have the same area can have different perimeters.

18 Resources

13 Favorites

18 Resources

13 Favorites

Rectangles with the Same Perimeters and Different Areas

6th Grade Math

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Area of Two Dimensional Figures

Big Idea:Rectangles with the same perimeter can have different areas depending on their dimensions.

17 Resources

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17 Resources

7 Favorites

Area of Parallelograms

6th Grade Math

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Area of Two Dimensional Figures

Big Idea:The area of a shape doesn't change if you rearrange the shape to make it into a different shape without increasing or decreasing the size of the shape

18 Resources

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18 Resources

20 Favorites

Area of Parallelograms, Applying the Formula

6th Grade Math

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Area of Two Dimensional Figures

Big Idea:We find the area of a rectangle by multiplying the length by the width. We find the area of a parallelogram by multiplying the base by the height.

20 Resources

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20 Resources

22 Favorites

Finding the Area of Triangles by Composing Parallelograms

6th Grade Math

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Area of Two Dimensional Figures

Big Idea:We can determine the area of triangles by creating parallelograms.

19 Resources

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19 Resources

13 Favorites

Area of Triangles, Applying the Formula

6th Grade Math

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Area of Two Dimensional Figures

Big Idea:Given the dimensions, the formula A= ½bh can be used to find the area of all triangles, regardless of the size of the triangle.

18 Resources

19 Favorites

18 Resources

19 Favorites

Area of Trapezoids

6th Grade Math

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Area of Two Dimensional Figures

Big Idea:Formulas for calculating the area of shapes can be derived by decomposition into shapes for which an area formula is already known.

17 Resources

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17 Resources

16 Favorites

Area of Shapes on the Coordinate Grid

6th Grade Math

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Area of Two Dimensional Figures

Big Idea:Geometric figures such as squares, rectangles, trapezoids, triangles and parallelograms can be drawn using points that represent the vertices of the shapes on the coordinate plane.

17 Resources

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17 Resources

34 Favorites

Draw Shapes When Given an Area

6th Grade Math

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Area of Two Dimensional Figures

Big Idea:When given the area of a shape and the type of shape, we must use reasoning skills to determine the dimensions of the shape to satisfy the given constraints and draw the shape on a coordinate grid.

18 Resources

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18 Resources

5 Favorites

Area of Compound Shapes on the Coordinate Grid

6th Grade Math

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Area of Two Dimensional Figures

Big Idea:A compound geometric shape is composed of other shapes.

19 Resources

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19 Resources

8 Favorites

Area of Compound Shapes

6th Grade Math

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Area of Two Dimensional Figures

Big Idea:When a compound shape is decomposed into non-overlapping figures, we can can find and combine the area of each individual shape in order to determine the total area.

23 Resources

31 Favorites

23 Resources

31 Favorites

Area of Compound Shapes with Unknown Dimensions

6th Grade Math

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Area of Two Dimensional Figures

Big Idea:When a compound shape is decomposed into non-overlapping figures, we can can find and combine the area of each individual shape in order to determine the total area.

20 Resources

9 Favorites

20 Resources

9 Favorites

Area of Compound Shapes, Using Decomposition

6th Grade Math

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Area of Two Dimensional Figures

Big Idea:To determine the area of the compound shape, decompose the shape into recognizable non-overlapping shapes, such as rectangles, squares, parallelograms, trapezoids and triangles.

19 Resources

23 Favorites

19 Resources

23 Favorites