Description: In Topic D, students utilize a line plot to draw conclusions about perimeter and area measurements. Students use a given number of unit squares to build and determine different perimeters of rectangles in Lesson 18. For example, given a rectangle composed of 24 unit squares, students find there are four possible perimeters. In Lesson 19, students use a given number of unit squares to make all possible rectangles. They construct line plots showing the number of rectangles they constructed for each number of unit squares. Using understanding that perimeter is double the sum of the length and width, in Lessons 20 and 21, students find the different areas of rectangles made with unit squares and a given perimeter. They record their findings for use in Lesson 22, when they again construct a line plot and draw conclusions about the data.*Teacher Advisor is 100% free.