#### Area and perimeter by counting squares

Aimed at level 3/4, this activity uses the cells in Excel to aid with the teaching of area and perimeter by counting squares. Use the tabs at the bottom to go to progressively harder problems.

Aimed at level 3/4, this activity uses the cells in Excel to aid with the teaching of area and perimeter by counting squares. Use the tabs at the bottom to go to progressively harder problems.

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Aimed at level 3/4, this activity uses the cells in Excel to aid with the teaching of area and perimeter by counting squares. Use the tabs at the bottom to go to progressively harder problems.

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