Area by Counting Unit Squares Worksheets
With our free area by counting unit squares pdf worksheets, not only do children get to practice counting unit squares on a scaled grid as much or as often they like, they also get deeper insight into what the term "area" of a shape pertains to. Familiarize students with the geometric concept of calculating the area of regular and irregular shapes by counting the unit squares that form them.
Our area of shapes by counting squares worksheets are suitable for grade 2, grade 3, grade 4, and grade 5.
CCSS: 2.G, 3.MD
Children in grade 2 and grade 3 are expected to find the area of the shaded region on each grid in this set of finding area by counting squares worksheet. Let them count the unit squares and write down the total area of each figure.
Scale up your practice on counting squares with this bundle of pdf worksheets designed for 2nd-grade and 3rd-grade kids. Calculate the area of the shaded region shown on the grid by counting the squares that are halfway or more.
Grab these level-1 worksheets to test if they can count the squares and work out the area of the shaded regions in the given shapes in a jiffy.
Get every child excited and find the area of rectangular grids with panache! Make use of the scale and find the area of the rectangles by counting square units.
Guide students in 4th grade to sketch any shape in the given grid for the indicated area by using the method of counting squares in this stack of printable worksheets.
Help grade 4 and grade 5 learners prepare the ground for finding the area by counting unit squares in these pdf worksheets. It's a matter of time before they are equipped to take on the challenge of irregular shapes.
Train the young math prodigies to measure the area of each complex shape by counting the squares and multiplying the number with the unit squares on the scale as mentioned.
Bolster your skills in finding the area with these comparing area pdfs. Let the kids find the area of each shape and then compare the areas using comparison symbols.
Here is an assortment where kids flex their numerical prowess alongside their counting skills. Watch them count unit squares expertly to figure out the area of rectilinear figures.
Take advantage of this set of pdfs and learn to find the area of different shapes. Instruct 5th-grade scholars to find the area of the given shape on the left and match it with the image on the right which has the same area.