# Area of a Square Worksheets

Buckle up practice by using our area of a square worksheets packed with engaging exercises involving squares of varying dimensions, measured in customary or metric units. Watch children skillfully navigate through integers, decimals, and fractional side lengths as they calculate the area by squaring the measure of the side length, or determine missing side length by finding the square root of the area provided. The answer keys are a tremendous help to check the answers instantly. Our free worksheets are invaluable tools for quick review.

Find the area of the squares with 1-digit side lengths in the first half. Read each word problem, identify the side length, and apply the formula A = s x s, where s is the side length to find the area.

Area of Squares - Integers | Easy

Children in grade 3 and grade 4 practice finding the product of the side lengths and compute the area of each square in our area of a square worksheets focussing on integer side lengths up to 20.

Area of Squares - Integers | Moderate

The moderate difficulty level presented through integers < 100 units as side dimensions in these printables work as an ideal practice resource for kids.

Finding the Side Length of the Square from Area

Each of our finding the side length of a square worksheet guides grade 7, grade 8, and high school students to determine the precise side lengths by finding the square root of the area.

Obtain the product of two fractional side measures of the square and simplify their answers as fractions or mixed numbers.

Multiply the decimal measure of the length of one side of the square by itself to determine the area in this PDF resource for grade 5 and grade 6 children.

Obtain the side length by dividing the perimeter by 4, then use the side length to find the area. To find the perimeter, find the square root of the area to get the side length, then multiply it by 4 in this section from our area of squares worksheets.