Learn some basic geometry with this worksheet all about the angle.
Learners will calculate the area of six rooms in this playful geometry worksheet.
Children practice calculating the perimeter of a variety of polygons in this geometry worksheet.
Students use a diagram of a measuring cup to answer six questions about measurement conversions between cups and ounces.
Put that protractor to good use! In this geometry worksheet your student will practice measuring each of these angles using a protractor.
Welcome the season with autumn-themed word problems. Your student will have the opportunity to practice addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
It's not everyday that you see shapes like these! This worksheet helps your fourth grader practice finding the area of compound shapes.
Help students learn how to use a protractor.
Dive into decimals with this worksheet that has students adding and subtracting decimals.
Use this year-end assessment to check students’ grasp of key fourth grade geometry concepts.
Get every drop of basic liquid measurement conversion! The table comes in handy for quick converting later on, too.
Learners will calculate the area of seven rectangles in this playful geometry worksheet.
Have your fourth grader stretch his math knowledge with a geometry worksheet. He'll calculate the perimeter of a rectangle, then draw two similar shapes.
Use this worksheet to help with volume estimations, or conversions between measurements.
Here's multiplication practice with real world applications! Plus, memorizing this linear measurement chart will help your kid keep track of conversions.
Kids practice finding area and perimeter with this worksheet.
Kids convert metric mass and volume with these music-themed word problems.
This liquid measurement word problem dives into converting liquid measurements, and multiplying! This worksheet includes a liquid conversion chart.
Use your geometry skills to find the perimeters in this worksheet. This perimeter worksheet gets your child to calculate the perimeters of rectangles.
Learn to convert ounces into pounds (and pounds to ounces) in this fun Easter worksheet.
Children learn to identify the length and width of a rectangle, then use these to calculate the rectangle's area, in this geometry worksheet.
Introduce your students to the basics of area!
Students will use what they know about area to multiply two-digit factors.
Children practice calculating perimeter, area, length, and width in this festive geometry worksheet.
This quiz-style worksheet is a great introduction to different units of measurement and what they are used for.