Today in class, we added to our big yellow paper.
for example, we had tho squares added together to make one big square but to do that we had to cut up 4 little squares into a whole bunch of pieces and put the pieces so that they fit around the big square you already made.
Today we added two more small squares to the big square to make one really big square and it should look like this.
Today we added the two other squares so now it should look like this.
Now that we got all of the smaller squares put into one big square, we can now make the chart about the side length and the area for all of the squares which would look like
So that is basically all we did in class today so now onto the homework for tonight.
You can make 20 perfect squares with 4 squares because the smallest perfect square is 1x1 and the largest perfect square is 20x20 and there is every thing inbetween.
The approximate side length for 2 squares is 14 little squares, for 3 squares it is 17 little squares, and for 4 squares it is 20 little squares