# Area and Perimeter of Squares Worksheets

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Fill a void with our free pdf area and perimeter of squares worksheets that help kids think ahead while calculating the perimeter and area of a square using the appropriate formulas. Students work their way around integer, decimal, and fractional side lengths. We've included exercises on finding the area from perimeter and perimeter from area so young prodigies get a sedulous brain workout. Our area and perimeter of a square worksheets are available in both customary and metric units. The answer keys make self-validation super-quick!

We suggest these printable worksheets for grade 4, grade 5, and grade 6 students.

Area and Perimeter of a Square - Integers | Worksheet #1

Key students in on the fundamental formulas involving squares before they dive in to solve exercises having integer as side measures less than 20. This beginner-friendly pdf perimeter and area of a square worksheet is a must-have.

Area and Perimeter of a Square - Integers | Worksheet #2

Stay ahead of the game with this free printable area and perimeter of a square worksheet. With concentration and consistency, 4th grade and 5th grade students will be able to understand the nitty-gritty of these concepts.

Area and Perimeter of Squares | Fractions

Banish ambiguity and bewilderment forever and empower kids to go great guns with this exciting pdf worksheet! Watch children solve all 9 illustrated exercises having fractional side measures with accuracy, ease, and flair and learn the ropes.

Area and Perimeter of Squares | Decimals

Provide grade 5 and grade 6 kids with as much practice as they wish for with this printable area and perimeter of squares worksheet with decimals as side lengths.

Finding the Area from Perimeter and Perimeter from Area | Worksheet #1

A blend of method and perfection, this part of our free worksheets expects students to find the unknown side length by substituting the given area or perimeter in the appropriate formula and then work out the unknown area or perimeter.

Finding the Area from Perimeter and Perimeter from Area | Worksheet #2

Can children find the area of a square using perimeter or can they work out the perimeter of a square using area? Let the aspirational 6th grade kids prove their mettle by solving the six problems given in word format in this inviting printable.