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# What you need to know about perimeter and

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St Augustine College Sydney Year 5 Students design and make perimeter and area power point games to be used by teachers and students around the world.

St Augustine College Sydney Year 5 Students design and make perimeter and area power point games to be used by teachers and students around the world.

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• 1. WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT PERIMETER AND AREATo learn about perimeterpress on the rectangle andto learn about area click onthe triangle
• 2. PERIMETER The perimeter is the outside of the shape. The definition of perimeter is the length of the shape and how many centimetres it is.To get the answer you need to calculate it with a ruler when you have done that you ad it together.
• 3. HAVE A GO AT PERIMETER SELECT A LEVELTO GO BACK TO THEMAIN MENU PRESSTHE ARROW.
• 4. LEVEL ONE 18 20 15
• 5. YOU ARE FINISHEDIf you wont to go to a higher level you press the arrow to go back
• 6. LEVEL 25 1/2 14 ½ 15 1/2 17 1/2
• 7. LEVEL 310 118 122 100
• 8. AREA Area is the inside of the shape. The definition of area is a measurement of the an two dimensional shape’s surface area. To get your answer, you can draw 1cm squaresthe same inside the shape, side by side and then your got your answer.
• 9. HAVE A GO AT AREATO GO BACK TO THE SELECT A LEVELMAIN MENU PRESSTHE ARROW
• 10. LEVEL 3
• 11. YOU HAVE COMPLETED THIS LEVEL !!!! NOW HAVE A GO AT HIGHER AND DIFFERENT LEVELS