Snowball Math: Take the desired size of the finished sewn block, divide it by Add inch to that and you will have the size to make the small corner square. Thus, for a block, you will cut the small square to be inches.
Not only does this foldable provide all variations of the formula involving Mass, Volume and Density, but the foldout part already has the definitions filled in for you. A GREAT piece to add into a journal to help students with vocabulary and with the und
Putting It "On Point" - a list of Common Sizes for Setting Triangles and a quick reference to the math formula for figuring out the size. Bonnie Hunter is the Queen of Quiltville with so many wonderful tips.
This 4 page lesson includes a page that details the formulas for finding the area of a square, rectangle, triangle, parallelogram and trapezoid. The second and third pages are practice problems and the answer keys are included.