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The game requires students to complete a set of challenging tasks and the students learn a new concept in perimeter in the process. This game will help your third grader learn perimeter by making the path for the monster in an efficient manner.
Help your child become fluent in perimeter with the help of this super fun game. The game involves working with a set of problems on unit length to find the perimeter, which helps young learners solidify their understanding of the concept.
This game consists of smartly designed tasks to help your young mathematician learn the concept of perimeter. The student will learn to find the perimeter by adding the side length in this game. Designed for third graders, this game can help your child become an expert in the perimeter.
Help your child learn perimeter in an efficient manner with this challenging game. The game encourages students to apply their understanding of addition to find the answer. The student will find perimeter using side lengths in this game.
Kids often develop misconceptions about concepts in mathematics, including perimeter. It is important to help them get over those misconceptions. The game provides learners with opportunities to work on a set of well-designed problems, enabling them to learn the concept of perimeter using unit squares. This game will help your third grader learn perimeter in an efficient manner.
The game requires students to work with a set of problems on unit squares and use their conceptual understanding to find the perimeter. Students will need to analyze and select the correct answer from a set of given options. Designed for third graders, this game can help your child become an expert in the concepts of finding perimeter.
The game has a set of problems logically crafted for your child so that they learn the concept of perimeter. The student will find the perimeter of regular shapes in this game. Your third grader will have an exciting time playing this game.
Students' struggle with perimeter is often attributed to a lack of adequate practice. Timely and effective practice with a focus on fundamentals will help your child become more proficient in the concepts of finding area and perimeter. Students calculate the perimeters of regular 2D shapes. The game includes visual representations, which prepare students for abstract concepts in the course.
Give your child food for the mind with this game on the perimeter. The game requires students to work with a set of problems on the perimeter and use their conceptual understanding to find the answer. The student will find the perimeter of irregular shapes in this game.
Struggles with perimeter can be easily overcome if students practice the concept in a fun and engaging way! Here students add side lengths to find the perimeters of irregular shapes. The game ensures active student participation through which your child will practice more on the concepts of finding area and perimeter.
The game strengthens students' problem-solving ability while they learn the concept of perimeter. The student will find the missing side of the regular shape in this game. Your third grader will develop the required confidence by solving a variety of problems on the perimeter.
Improve your child's proficiency in perimeter with this game. The game provides learners with opportunities to work on a set of well-designed problems, enabling them to learn the concept of perimeter. The student will find the missing side of irregular shapes in this game.
The game requires students to use two-dimensional shapes to extract information and answer questions on perimeter and area. This set of problems deals with regular shapes; students will get opportunities to work with different sets along the way. Students will need to analyze and select the correct answer from a set of given options.
Give your child food for the mind with this game on finding perimeter. There are misconceptions that are often associated with concepts like perimeter, but those can easily be put on the back burner with regular and targeted practice. The game is about solving problems on perimeter, where not all sides of the shape are labeled and students have to apply their prior knowledge to find the answer.
Building a strong foundation in perimeter is an important step in helping your child become proficient and confident. The game will help your young mathematician to develop fluency with the concepts of perimeter. This game requires students to find the missing side length given the perimeter and other side lengths of the 2D shapes.
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