Area of Shapes by Counting Unit Squares | Area Worksheets
Grab the worksheets piled up here to attain an in-depth understanding of how the area of shapes is calculated by counting unit squares in the grid. Catering to the learning needs of 2nd grade, 3rd grade, and 4th grade children, the exercises comprise counting the squares in the shaded area, in rectangle and rectilinear shapes. Draw the shapes for a specified area and also learn to compare and match areas. The printable worksheets are categorized based on the level of complexity and are available in metric and customary units. Give your practice a head-start with our free worksheets!
Each grid in this set of counting squares pdf worksheets has a shaded region comprising a shape. Grade 2 kids need to count the unit squares in the shaded region to determine the area of each shape.
Step up to the next level with this set of worksheets. The area of each shape is found by counting complete and partly shaded squares. Find the area by counting the squares.
In these printable count the squares in the rectangular grid worksheets, enumerate the number of unit squares in each of the rectangles and thereby find its area.
Each problem contains different scale units. Make use of the scale given to count the square units and determine the area of the rectangles in this set of worksheets for grade 3.
This stack of printable area worksheets encourages 3rd grade and 4th grade children to draw shapes in the rectangular grid for the specified area. Additionally, find grids to draw 3 different shapes for the same area.
Each grid here is composed of two shapes. Determine the area of each of them by counting the unit squares, and then compare their areas with the appropriate symbols of comparison.
Get your hands in counting the unit squares of the rectangles and the rectilinear shapes and then match the shapes with the same areas presented in these pdf worksheets for grade 3 and grade 4.
Get your routine souped-up with this batch of pdf area of rectilinear shapes worksheets. The procedure is the same. Enumerate the unit squares that compose them to find their area. Find partial unit squares to count as you level up!