# Area by Counting Unit Squares Worksheets

Lay the groundwork with our area by counting unit squares worksheets and visualize the concept of area with engaging exercises like finding the area of regular and irregular shapes by counting how many complete unit squares or partially filled squares fit inside the shape without overlapping or leaving gaps, counting squares and comparing areas, drawing shapes of specified areas, and more! This PDF resource includes answer keys for easy evaluation. Our free worksheets provide a visual tool for understanding the concept of area.

Area of the Shaded Region by Counting Squares | Level 1

Children in grade 2 and grade 3 count the unit squares in the shaded region on each grid and write down the total area enclosed by each figure.

Finding the Area by Counting Squares | Level 2

Each counting unit squares worksheet helps scale up practice in determining the area by counting how many fully and partially shaded unit squares are on each grid.

Area of a Rectangular Grid by Counting Squares | Level 1

Count how many rows and columns of squares fit across the length and width of each rectangle. Multiply the product of rows and columns with the scale to find the area.

Area of a Rectangular Grid by Counting Squares | Level 2

With a diversity of rectangular grids, each featuring a unique scale, these practice sheets raise the bar for kids to count the unit squares and determine the total area in square units.

Drawing any Shape for the Specified Area

Sketch any shape that covers the specified area by shading the unit squares on the grid in these area by counting unit squares worksheets.

Area of Irregular Shapes by Counting Unit Squares | Level 1

Compute the area by counting the filled unit squares within an irregular figure in these printables for 4th grade and 5th grade children.

Area of Irregular Shapes by Counting Unit Squares | Level 2

Measure the area of each complex shape by multiplying the total number of unit squares with the given scale in these worksheets on counting unit squares to find the areas of irregular shapes.

Comparing Areas by Counting Unit Squares

Calculate the area of each shape by counting the squares, then compare the areas and determine which shape has a larger/smaller area using appropriate comparison symbols.

Figure out the area of the given shape on the left and match it with the shape on the right that constitutes the same area.