• Learning Essentials
• Math
• Area and Perimeter
• # Area and Perimeter Essential Activities for Grade 3

Worksheets
(1/7)

## Build the Fence, Find the Perimeter Worksheet

Reading and solving simple equations will always be a great combination to help your kids learn. In this worksheet, your kids will be using their addition and subtraction skills to solve some simple geometry. If you feel like your kids need some extra help with their geometry or mathematics in general, then this worksheet is definitely for you. Read the word problems to your little ones and then help them check the box for the correct answer.
Sneak a peek at this calculating perimeter worksheet for grade 3, and see how kids learn this useful geometric skill! This worksheet will help kids find the perimeter of everyday objects pictured on the sheet. By practicing, kids build important math skills they’ll use to master complex geometry!
You may want to ask your kids if they know who the early colonizers are before you begin this simple worksheet exercise. In the exercise, your kids will be practicing their addition and subtraction skills. The geometry problems in the picture require that your kids carefully solve the simple equations, and then look at the diagrams from the first colonies. Help your kids check the number sentence that finds the area.
At the farm, there are a lot of fun activities to do, and fun animals to see. Ask your kids if they have ever been to a farm and what their favorite part of the visit was. Did your kids see some hay bales when they visited a farm? Look at the picture in this worksheet and ask them to identify the hay bales. Now, you can help your kids count the hay bales in the picture, and then find out the area. After finding the area, circle the correct number.
Geometry is one aspect of mathematics that your kids might not be too excited about, but it is up to you to show them how easy geometry problems can really be. With simple exercises and familiar objects, your kids can become better with solving geometry problems. In this worksheet there are two sections each with different questions. Help your kids read the clues and then check the box which has the correct answer.
Calculating the area of different shapes, objects, and places should not be too difficult for your students. Help them understand it better by showing them that the area of a place is simply the length x width. This means that the length of the place will be measured, and then multiplied by the wideness. Look at the picture in the worksheet, and help your preschoolers read the labels and check the box that has the correct answer.
Before your students can become experts in solving simple mathematical problems, you must help them grasp all concepts first. Measuring objects can seem intimidating at first, but if you properly teach your kindergartners about the different ways of measuring, and the parts to measure, they would find it easier. In this worksheet, help your kids measure the areas of the tiled walls, and then check off the tiled walls that have an area of 36.
Quizzes
(1/3)

## Area and Perimeter Word Problems

This quiz assesses students’ ability to solve area and perimeter word problems and find the unknown side in area and perimeter word problems.
This quiz assesses students’ ability to use unit squares and multiplication to find the area of rectangles.
This quiz assesses students’ ability to understand perimeter and use multiplication to find the area.