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  • 1. Visualizing the Area of Rectangle
  • 2. Guess Who…….I am a Rectangle
  • 3. Guess Who…….I am a Triangle
  • 4. Guess Who…….I am a Square
  • 5. Guess Who…….I am a Circle
  • 6. Which of the followingfigures have four sides?
  • 7. Making a recap….. What can you say about the sides of this figure? 1 1 1 1
  • 8. How many square units are there I this figure? 1 2 4 3 There are 4 square units..
  • 9. Let’s sing a songAm a square, I have 4 sides 2XWe are square we have 4 sides, 1,2,3,4 we are squareAm a circle I go round and round,2XWe are circle we go round and round; round andround we are circlesAm a triangle I have 3 sides 2XWe are triangle we have 3 side 1,2,3 we are triangleWe are shapes, you see us everywhere 3XLook around we are everywhereWe are shapes, you see us everywhere3XLook around we are everywhere3X
  • 10. PresentationHow many square units do you think will cover the cardboard?
  • 11. How many square units are there in this figure? 13 1 7 19 25 31 37 43 2 8 14 20 26 32 38 44 3 9 21 15 27 33 39 45 22 6 4 10 16 28 34 40 46 23 5 11 17 29 35 41 47 24 6 12 18 30 36 42 48 8 This figure has 48 square units in all. How many square are there in the length? width?
  • 12. Let’s Practice Count the number of squares4 square units 6 square units
  • 13. You can do it Fold your paper into 8 by 6. How many square units did you form? 48square units How many square are there in the length? 8 square units How many square units in the width? 6 square units Which is longer? The length or the width? The length.
  • 14. Count my square 8 square units4square units in the length2 square units in the width
  • 15. Count my square 32 square units8square units in the length4 square units in the width
  • 16. Count my square 16 square units4 square units in the length4 square units in the width
  • 17. Count my square 12 square units6 square units in the length2 square units in the width
  • 18. It’s your time to work… Be cooperative
  • 19. PRESENTATION OF OUTPUTS
  • 20. Can you apply?Group A Group B Draw Me…  Count my square 1. A rectangular board 5 square units long and 2 square units wide  2. a table that measure 4 square  Area= units long, 3 units wide  Area= 3. a bed that measures 5 units long and 3 units wide.   Area=
  • 21. Group c l= w= A=l=w=A= l= w= A=
  • 22. Answer the following 1. How many square units are in the figure? ____square units
  • 23. 2.Give the length, width and area L= W= A=_____square units
  • 24. 3. Cyronn has a garden. Its area is 10 square units. Draw the square units 5 2
  • 25. 4-5. draw the rectangular area using the given square units  A. 15 square units  B. 24 square units
  • 26. To Dos Draw and solve me 1. The area of a volleyball court is 246 sq. units. Find the area each team occupies. 2. The area of a garden is 15 sq. units. Rachelle and Ralph cleaned 9 sq. units of the area. How many more square units need to be cleaned? 3. A rectangle is 50 units long and 25 units wide. Find its area in square units.
  • 27. Thank You… SMILE ☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺