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"S" Words: COOP-HSPT Vocabulary

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Slumber Party

Low, Rachel C&T Publishing ePub

Show up to your next sleepover with slumber party essentials that you have designed and sewn yourself. Make your PJ’s pop, have sweet dreams with your pretty eye mask, and carry all your stuff in a stylish sleepover bag.

WHAT YOU NEED

1–2½ yards of cotton or flannel fabric (Check your size in How Much Fabric to Buy.)

Knit non-roll elastic, 1˝ wide (See Let’s Prep, Step 4, to figure out how much you need.)

Basic sewing supplies

Safety pin

Iron

Pattern paper

LET’S PREP

See How to Use Patterns for tips.

1 Trace the pajama pant front and back patterns (on pullout) in the correct size onto your pattern paper. Copy any markings from the originals onto your 2 patterns. Cut out the paper patterns.

Hold the pattern pieces up to yourself to check the length.

If you want your pants longer, now is the time to make the patterns longer.

If you want your pants a lot shorter, it’s easier to do that now too!

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Units of Measurement: SSAT-ISEE Arithmetic

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Perimeter and Circles

Michael Buckley Saddleback Educational Publishing PDF

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Date

Perimeter

The perimeter of a figure is the distance around the outside of that figure. To find the perimeter of a figure, add the lengths of all of its sides. Perimeter is measured in linear units. In the case of a circle, the distance around the figure is known as the circumference.

Rules for Finding the Perimeter of a Figure

1. Find the length of each side.

2. Add the length of all of the sides to find the perimeter.

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3

Example

x

Find the perimeter of the figure.

4

7

5

y z

Step 1 Find the length of each side.

You need to find the length of some missing sides, x, y, and z. x = 4, y = 5, z = 3 + 7 + 3 = 13

Step 2 Count the number of sides. Add

There are 8 sides. The measures of all the sides are added.

P = 5 + 3 + 4 + 7 + 4 + 3 + 5 + 13 = 44 units

the length of all the sides to find the perimeter.

Practice

3

3

Find the perimeter of each figure.

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6

4

4

x

3

1. Find the length of each side.

4

8

There is one length that is not known, x.

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The length of x is

sides to the figure.

There are

Count the number of sides. Add the length of all the sides to find the perimeter.

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