Shiloh Crawford

**Objective: Know and find
perimeter of figures.**

**"A" Level Activities:
Choose activities from each day for a maximum of 70 points.**

**Day 1:**

1. Listen to the lesson on perimeter. 5 points

2. Read pgs. 442 finish problems 1-6 on pg. 443. 5 points

3. Use rulers or yard sticks to measure the perimeter of five real objects. Record your answers in your math journal. 5 points

4. In your math Journal describe what perimeter is. Give examples and show how to find the perimeter of a square and a rectangle. 5 points

**Day 2:**

1. Listen to the lesson on perimeter. 5 points

2. Complete the problems on pg. 444 all. 10 points

3. Do the worksheet " Perimeter." 10 points

4. Using Geoboards make five shapes count the sides and find the perimeter. Record your information in your Math Journal.15 points

**Day 3:**

1. Listen to the lesson on Perimeter. 5 points

2. Complete the problems on pg. 445 all. 10 points

3. Complete the perimeter worksheet. 10 points

4. Complete the Perimeter Problem Solving sheet. 15 points

**"B" Level Activities -
Choose only 1.**

**Day 4:**

1. Make up a song using the tune from any song of your choice to explain perimeter and how you measure it. 15 points

2. Develop a game that would help people to remember the way to find the perimeter of a figure. 15 points

3. Make up a dance to show the meaning of perimeter and how you would find it. 15 points

**"A" Level Activities -
Choose only 1. **

**For these activities you
may work alone, with a partner or with a group.**

1.** **
Create a visual that represents perimeter . You may use any crayons,
paints, or markers ect. 15 points

2. Write a play or a story in which perimeter is the main character. Their character must represent its definition and how you find the perimeter of a figure.

Be willing to share with the class. You may use anything in the class or from home to design the props or costumes. 15 points

3. On the computer, create a brochure explaining perimeter. Use pictures, or any other means to "teach" someone about perimeter. 15 points

**Grading Scale **

**> 85 points = A > 70
points = B > 55 points = C**

**Anything less is
unacceptable.**