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Sunday Surprise: Footloose Freebie!!

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I have to head off to take my son to college in a few minutes, but before I do, I wanted to share this Footloose freebie!

Click to download from TPT
This is a Footloose game to help students practice finding areas and perimeters of rectangles. This
Footloose game includes 30 question cards that require students to: calculate area and perimeter of rectangles: find missing sides; find perimeter when given area and a side length; compare areas and perimeters of rectangles.

When playing Footloose, students solve every problem and record their answers in the corresponding box on the Footloose grid that they each receive.

To get the freebie, click on the Footloose picture and download!

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