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Multiplication 1

Guided Lesson

Multiplication 1

Third grade is the year of multiplication. Though it was most likely introduced to kids in second grade, third grade is when kids are tasked with mastering their times tables and developing a stronger understanding of this key operation. This guided lesson in understanding multiplication can help give third graders a leg up. For even more practice, consider downloading the recommended multiplication worksheets that accompany the lesson.

3rd grade

Guided Lesson

Get Ready for Fourth Grade

Workbook

Get Ready for Fourth Grade

This summer-themed workbook prepares students to enter the fourth grade with the skills they’ll need, and includes practice with the core subjects of word study, math, reading and writing.

4th grade

Reading & writing

Workbook

Fractions 3

Guided Lesson

Fractions 3

Fractions can be challenging when taught in an abstract way. That’s why this unit invites learners to engage with fractions and mixed numbers in very visual and concrete ways using number lines, tape diagrams and area models. Students will learn different strategies to practice identifying and generating equivalent fractions.

5th grade

Guided Lesson

Area and Perimeter of a Rectangle

Worksheet

Area and Perimeter of a Rectangle

Math ninjas can learn the secrets of the rectangle with this practice page about the area and perimeter of a rectangle.

4th grade

Math

Worksheet

Relating Area to Addition and Multiplication

Exercise

Relating Area to Addition and Multiplication

Help students understand the relation between addition and multiplication, and the area of objects, with this easy to navigate exercise.

3rd grade

Math

Exercise

Geometry and Measurement

Workbook

Geometry and Measurement

This workbook will challenge your fourth grader with math formulas, shapes practice and angle activities. Kids will also learn how to find areas and perimeters, classify triangles and calculate time.

4th grade

Math

Workbook

City Building: Square Unit Practice

Game

City Building: Square Unit Practice

Kids learn that area is calculated in square units through this interactive space colony building game.

3rd grade

Math

Game

For Good Measure

Workbook

For Good Measure

This workbook deals with more advanced forms of measurement, including pre-geometry concepts like perimeter and area, and data skills like graphing and charting.

3rd grade

Math

Workbook

Measurement Learning Check

Worksheet

Measurement Learning Check

This resource will help assess your students' mastery of concepts surrounding measurement and time. This worksheet will challenge your third graders with problems on area, perimeter, measurement, and elapsed time problems.

3rd grade

Math

Worksheet

Alfalfa's Out of the Box: Perimeter, Area, and Addition

Game

Alfalfa's Out of the Box: Perimeter, Area, and Addition

Kids help Alfalfa the turtle and Old Harold navigate their way into the backyard in this sweet math story.

3rd grade

Math

Game

Spooky Math

Workbook

Spooky Math

What could be scarier than math practice? Make magic brew, juggle negative numbers, interpret multiplication cards, find the area of your dungeon and more!

5th grade

Math

Workbook

City Building: Missing Area Factor

Game

City Building: Missing Area Factor

Kids practice determining area and missing lengths and widths with these space-themed visual models.

4th grade

Math

Game

An Introduction to Area

Worksheet

An Introduction to Area

Introduce your students to the basics of area!

4th grade

Math

Worksheet

Word Problem Assessment: Flying Through Fourth Grade

Worksheet

Word Problem Assessment: Flying Through Fourth Grade

In this assessment, your students will flex their math muscles as they use all four operations to solve a series of word problems.

4th grade

Math

Worksheet

Find the Area of a Rectangle: Easy

Worksheet

Find the Area of a Rectangle: Easy

Piggy needs to find a big room to house his teddy bear collection. Can your child help him figure out which room is the largest?

4th grade

Math

Worksheet

Area of a Rectangle Using Square Units

Exercise

Area of a Rectangle Using Square Units

This exercise will students how to calculate the area of a rectangle with ease using square units.

3rd grade

Math

Exercise

Geometry 6

Guided Lesson

Geometry 6

Fourth graders will discover the building blocks of geometry in this unit: points, lines, line segments and rays. Students will explore the properties of different shapes, including symmetry, parallel and perpendicular lines, and 900 angles. Students will apply their understanding as they learn to sort shapes based on these properties.

4th grade

Guided Lesson

Rectangle Algebra: Find the Missing Length

Worksheet

Rectangle Algebra: Find the Missing Length

Introduce your child to algebra with this 5th grade worksheet in which your child will use algebraic equations to find the missing length of each rectangle.

5th grade

Math

Worksheet

Area of a Rectangle

Exercise

Area of a Rectangle

This exercise will simplify the process by which students calculate the area of a rectangle.

4th grade

Math

Exercise

Shady Shapes: An Area Activity

Worksheet

Shady Shapes: An Area Activity

Use this fun exercise with your students to practice finding the area of shapes by counting unit squares.

3rd grade

Math

Worksheet

Rectangle Algebra: Find the Total Area I

Worksheet

Rectangle Algebra: Find the Total Area I

Introduce your child to algebra with this 5th grade worksheet in which your child will use algebraic equations to find the total area of the large rectangle.

5th grade

Math

Worksheet

Measurement & Data Check-Up

Worksheet

Measurement & Data Check-Up

Use this resource to assess your students’ mastery of concepts surrounding measurement and data.

3rd grade

Math

Worksheet

Find the Area: Compound Shapes

Worksheet

Find the Area: Compound Shapes

It's not everyday that you see shapes like these! This worksheet helps your fourth grader practice finding the area of compound shapes.

4th grade

Math

Worksheet

Area and Circumference of a Circle

Worksheet

Area and Circumference of a Circle

Put your geometry skills to the test by figuring out the area, circumference, diameter and radii of these delicious cookies!

5th grade

Math

Worksheet

Multiplying with Area Model

Worksheet

Multiplying with Area Model

Students will use what they know about area to multiply two-digit factors.

4th grade

Math

Worksheet

Area is a geometric value that tells the size of a surface, and it is an important geometric concept that is commonly taught starting in third grade. Calculating the area of an object requires addition and multiplication skills, so after your student has mastered those concepts, you can help them move on to our worksheet resources for more practice in calculating area of different shapes.

The area of a shape is the size of the shape’s surface. An easy way to think about area is to think about how much paint you would need to cover the entire shape. There are a lot of different ways to calculate the area of a shape, so we’ve put together a guide to help you help your child get a head start on calculating area!

**Area of Simple Shapes**

Simple shapes, like squares, triangles, rectangles, etc. have specific formulas that you can use:**Area by Counting Squares**

Another way to calculate the area of a simple shape is to count up how many squares make up the shape if you put it on a grid. There are a couple ways to go about this way of approximating area:**Area of Difficult Shapes**

Sometimes the shapes you work with aren’t simple shapes like rectangles or triangles. However, these difficult shapes will be made up of a combination of simple shapes (e.g., a triangle on top of a square). To calculate the area of these shapes, calculate the individual areas of the simple shapes and add them together to get the total area.

Now that you have an idea of different methods to calculate area, scroll up to practice with our resources, or move over to our volume resource page to see how the concept of area can be used with 3-D shapes.

Simple shapes, like squares, triangles, rectangles, etc. have specific formulas that you can use:

**Square**: area = length^{2}**Rectangle**: area = length × width**Triangle**: area = ½base × height**Circle**: area = π × radius^{2}

Another way to calculate the area of a simple shape is to count up how many squares make up the shape if you put it on a grid. There are a couple ways to go about this way of approximating area:

- More than half of a square counts as one full square and less than half a square counts as zero squares
- Combine partial parts of squares to count as half a square or a full square.

Sometimes the shapes you work with aren’t simple shapes like rectangles or triangles. However, these difficult shapes will be made up of a combination of simple shapes (e.g., a triangle on top of a square). To calculate the area of these shapes, calculate the individual areas of the simple shapes and add them together to get the total area.

Now that you have an idea of different methods to calculate area, scroll up to practice with our resources, or move over to our volume resource page to see how the concept of area can be used with 3-D shapes.