Looking for an exciting and fun way to teach your students about area and perimeter? Look no further than our "Build a Park" project-based learning activity! Your students will love working together to design and build their own park while learning valuable math skills along the way. Get ready to watch your students' creativity soar with this engaging activity!
Do You Find Your Students:
Can’t apply area and perimeter in real world situations
Aren’t engaged in learning the area and perimeter formulas because they don’t make the connection of the formula to the shapes.
Do you find yourself lacking time to teach the concept doesn’t lead to mastery of area and perimeter?
"Build a Park" Project-Based Learning Activity can help address these challenges by providing an engaging, hands-on experience that helps students understand the concepts of area and perimeter better.
Don't Take Our Word for it...
"Build a Park" Area and Perimeter Project provides a hands-on and engaging way for students to learn about area and perimeter. By working on a real-world project, students can see how these mathematical concepts apply to their own lives and gain a deeper understanding of the subject matter.
The project-based learning (PBL) approach helps students develop important critical thinking and problem-solving skills. They will have to come up with their own ideas and strategies to design their park, which can be a fun and rewarding experience.
'Build a Park" Area and Perimeter Project includes a detailed teacher's guide and rubric, making it easy for educators to implement in their classrooms. It's a great resource for both new and experienced teachers who want to provide their students with a fun and meaningful learning experience.
Here's What You Get
• Project Facts
• Project Samples
• Create a Park Informational Page for Students
• Record Sheet for Student Math Work (2 pages)
• Planning Sheet
• Student Contract
• Build a Park Menu Board
• Build a Park Project Check-Ins
• R.A.F.T. Focus Poster
• Things to Think About Page for Students for their Presentation
• Perimeter Poster
• Area Poster