# Perimeter of a Quadrilateral Worksheets

Our perimeter of quadrilaterals worksheets focus on calculating the perimeter of shapes such as parallelograms, trapezoids, rhombuses, and kites. Apply the formulas and practice finding the perimeter by adding the lengths of all sides. Answer keys are included for quick self-validation. These free worksheets are accessible in both customary and metric units.

Perimeter of Quadrilaterals - Integers

Calculate the perimeters of four-sided shapes using these printable practice sheets designed for grade 3 and grade 4 learners. Be sure to record the total length along with the unit of measurement.

Perimeter of Quadrilaterals - Decimals

The perimeter of a quadrilateral is the sum of the lengths of all four sides. Practice finding the perimeter of quadrilaterals such as parallelograms, kites, squares, rectangles, rhombuses, and trapezoids through this exercise.

Perimeter of a Parallelogram | Integers

Solve these perimeter of parallelogram worksheets by substituting the given lengths of the two non-parallel sides into the formula, perimeter of a parallelogram = 2(a + b) to accurately determine their perimeters.

Perimeter of a Parallelogram | Decimals

Substitute the given decimal measures into the formula. Perform the calculations, considering the decimal places, and express the answer in the same unit.

Trapezoid is a quadrilateral with exactly one pair of parallel sides. Finding the perimeter of each of the trapezoids given in this exercise here can be as easy as adding up the lengths of all four sides.

Perimeter of a Rhombus | Integers

Our perimeter of rhombus worksheets, available in both customary and metric units, require 5th and 6th grade students to multiply the given side length by four, to accurately find its perimeter.

Perimeter of a Rhombus | Decimals

This practice toolkit includes carefully illustrated problems with decimal dimensions. Find the perimeter by multiplying the given side length by 4.

Perimeter of a Kite | Integers

Kites, characterized by two adjacent sets of congruent sides 'a' and 'b', have a perimeter equal to twice the sum of these sides. Use these practice sheets to apply this formula and calculate the perimeters of kites effectively.

Perimeter of a Kite | Decimals

The perimeter of a kite is calculated by adding the lengths of each pair of equal-length sides adjacent to each other and then summing those values, which are expressed in decimal form.

Perimeter of Quadrilaterals - Congruent Sides

These perimeter of quadrilateral worksheets prompt young learners to identify the markings on the sides and substitute the given values of congruent sides into the formula to determine the perimeter of each quadrilateral.

Perimeter of Quadrilaterals - Algebra

Practice calculating the perimeter of quadrilaterals using algebraic expressions with these pdfs tailored for grade 7 and grade 8. Set up equations based on the perimeter provided to determine the measure of each side accurately.