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# Rectangle Worksheets

Elementary worksheets to learning, coloring and tracing rectangles; area and perimeter of rectangle; area of L-Shapes and Rectangular paths; area and perimeter of squares; and calculating unknown length or width.

Understanding of Levels:Easy: Numbers from 1 to 15 |Medium: Numbers more than 15 and less than 100 | Hard: Decimals |Challenging: Different unit conversion.

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## Elementary Worksheets

Coloring Rectangles/Squares

Identify all the rectangles/squares and color each of them.

Tracing Rectangle/Square

Best practice sheet for preschool and kindergarten kids.

Basic Shapes

This is the best place to learn and practice basic shapes.

Shapes Worksheets

## Area and Perimeter of Rectangle

Perimeter of Rectangle

Count the measures of all corners to find the perimeter of each rectangle.

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Area of Rectangle

You can find the area of rectangle by multiplying length and width.

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Area and Perimeter: Combined Review

Each worksheet has 9 practice problems finding area and perimeter of each rectangle.

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Perimeter and one of the side lengths are given. Find the measure of missing side and then find the area of rectangle.

## L-Shapes and Paths

L-Shapes: Area and Perimeter

L-shape is a combination of two rectangles. Calculate the area and perimeter of each L-shape for the given measures.

Area and Perimeter of Rectangular Path

Each path is a combination of two or more rectangles. Look at the parallel sides to find the missing dimension; calculate the area and perimeter of each path.

## Area and Perimeter of Square

Perimeter of Square

To find the perimeter, multiply the side length by 4. In other words, add side length four times.

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Area of Square

To compute area of a square, you should multiply the side length by itself.

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Area and Perimeter: Combined Review

Worksheets in this section include 9 practice problems finding area and perimeter of square.

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## Side/Length/Width/Diagonal

Missing Length or Width (Area Known)

Each rectangle contains area and measure of one of the side (length or width). Calculate the missing side.

Side Length of Square (Area Known)

To find the side of each square, you should find square root of area.

Side Length of Square (Perimeter Known)

To find side length, calculate one-fourth of perimeter.

Finding Diagonal

Apply Pythagorean formula to find the diagonal of each rectangle. Round the answer to 2 decimal places.

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