For today’s homework, 6B students will be completing questions from the textbook:
- Page 146: Questions A-F (completed in class)
- Page 147: Questions 3 to 5
- For students that missed Sunday:
- Page 144: Questions A-F
- Page 145 Questions 1 to 3
We are currently practicing how to find the perimeter of different polygons and converting different measurement units.
The most common geometrical shapes are called polygons. Polygons are closed figures made of straight lines. The straight lines for the sides of the polygons. To get the perimeter of a polygon, we add up the length of each side.
Learning the shapes:
Learn about perimeter the fun way in this Geometry Math Game.