# Perimeter of a Square Worksheets

Let our perimeter of squares worksheets guide you through exercises to calculate the perimeter of squares efficiently. Not only can kids choose to solve problems involving integers, decimals, or fractional side lengths, they can instantly verify the results using the answer keys. Our free perimeter of a square worksheets are available in both customary and metric units.

Determine the perimeter of the squares illustrated in the first half and apply your perimeter-finding skills to solve a few real-life problems in the second.

Perimeter of Squares - Integers | Level 1

Watch 2nd grade and 3rd grade kids add together the lengths of all sides to find the perimeter of a square. Since all four sides of a square are of the same length, the perimeter is four times the given side length.

Perimeter of Squares - Integers | Level 2

Solidify your understanding with this advanced level exercise involving integers featured in these perimeter of squares pdfs. Substitute 'a' with the side length in the formula, perimeter of a square = 4a.

Finding the Side Length of a Square from Perimeter

Plug in the perimeter value into the formula and divide to determine the side length of each square. Our finding the side lengths of squares from perimeter worksheets are available in both customary and metric units.

Perimeter of Squares - Fractions

This exercise challenges grade 4 and grade 5 learners to find the perimeter of squares when the side length is given as a fraction. Insert the fractional side length into the formula and multiply by 4.

Perimeter of Squares - Decimals

The perimeter of any shape is the total length of all its sides added together. Simply substitute the decimal value of the specific side length given in the problem into the formula and calculate the perimeter.

These printable worksheets help cover more ground in the concept of perimeter of a square. Give it a go, and watch the kids confidently solve problems regarding area and perimeter of squares.