Calculating objects can seem tricky, but with your guidance your students will soon be pros. To help them, give them exercises to practice. Eg. Trace the dotted line on the worksheet to calculate perimeter and area. With practice, they'll soon be geometry experts.
Help your kids gain skills in mathematics with this simple worksheet. Kids can refresh their addition and subtraction to solve geometry problems. Read the word problems and then help them check the box for the correct answer if they need extra help. This worksheet is great for improving kids' familiarity with basic equations.
Take your kids to a horse farm! They'll love it – there's lots to explore, plus they can ride horses. Then challenge them with a geometry worksheet: help them calculate the area of all the horse pens, then circle the ones with an area of 24.
Math may not be your child's favorite, but that doesn't mean they can't excel. Math can seem intimidating, but with practice, they can learn it's not so hard. In this worksheet, your kids will calculate the area of a parking lot, by adding length and width. Help them read the labels and select the correct answer.
Explain to your kids what parallel sides are and have them identify the shapes with parallel sides in the picture. Then let them draw a line through all the shapes with at least one pair of parallel sides. This colorful worksheet will help them understand and practice this concept.