Area of a Square Teacher Resources
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In this geometry learning exercise, students use a grid to draw 3 different rectangles that have an area of 20 square units and determine the perimeter of each rectangle. They draw and answer questions related to the relationships and uses of the three types of measurements.
In this geometry worksheet, students solve 10 problems in which the area of circles, squares, parallelograms and triangles is calculated. There are four choices of answers for each questions.
In this finding area worksheet, students use the boxes to color in two shapes. The first shape has an area of six squares and the second has an area of eight squares.
Here is a lesson on volume, in which learners find the area of a square and a semicircle in the figure illustrates. They also find the area of a triangle given the base and draw a sketch to justify their answer. Pupils also determine the volume of a solid with its cross-section perpendicular to the x-axis.
In this miscellaneous worksheet, 5th graders complete multiple choice word problems about area of shapes. Students complete 15 problems.
In this measurement worksheet, 5th graders complete multiple choice problems about area, perimeter, length, and more. Students complete 15 problems.
In this quadrilaterals worksheet, 10th graders solve and complete 10 different problems that include identifying various quadrilaterals. First, they indicate whether the statements are true or false for each. Then, students determine the area of a square given its perimeter. Also, they find the number of degrees in 3 angles of a parallelogram.
In this same yet different worksheet, students use a large grid to draw 2 different shapes with an area of 12 square units. A reference web site is given for additional activities.
In this area activity, students work with partners and use a grid and crayon to draw 2 shapes with an area of 12 square units, then "write about it." Houghton Mifflin text is referenced.
In this multiplying binomials worksheet, 9th graders solve and complete 23 different types of problems. First, they use the Distributive Property to find each product. Then, students use the FOIL method to find each product. They also find the area of a square with a given side length.
In this algebra worksheet, 11th graders solve 14 systems of equations using substitution or elimination and 14 word problems.
Eighth graders complete math problems given in this lesson plan, where they find the perimeter and area of specific figures. They estimate the perimeter and area of shapes and figures and then complete the mathematical formula to find the exact answer. They also discover the squares and square roots of numbers.
In this area and perimeter worksheet, students read the instructions and study the examples to learn how to find the area and perimeter of a square. Students solve 30 problems. This page is intended as an online activity, but may be completed on paper.
Discover the difference between area and perimeter. Learners are grouped in twos and threes and each group has one advanced/gifted learner to serve as the peer helper. They receive manipulatives to help them determine the area and perimeter of a rectangle. They are assessed based on the activities that were completed in each group and the justifications each group provided the rest of the class.
Learners use the geoboard to review the concept of area. Using the characteristics of squares, they discover the order attributes of the shape. They create patterns with geometric shapes and share them with the class. They calculate the areas of different squares as well.
In this math worksheet, students read an informative chart about how to find the area of quadrilaterals. Students then answer 6 questions in which the area of quadrilaterals is calculated.
In these area, perimeter, and volume worksheets, students calculate to find the area, perimeter, or volume of the various figures. Students complete 30 problems.
Students analyze properties and determine attributes of two-dimensional objects. They work in groups to explore geometric models while solving problems involving them. They explore patterns and shapes while answering specific questions.
Students practice squaring binomials. In this Algebra I lesson plan, the students use the "Square of Fun" to experience a concrete visualization of the process of squaring a binomial. The lesson plan assumes that students have had prior experience in squaring a binomial. Student's understanding will be assessed through the use of graph paper to determine the area of a square.
Eighth graders use Geometer's Sketchpad to construct squares on a 4 quadrant coordinate system which will form right triangles. Using the Geometer's Sketchpad, student discover relationship of the Pythagorean Theorem as they compare the areas of the squares. Students describe the relationship between the sides of the triangles and the squares.