Use these perimeter worksheets for 3rd grade and 4th grade students to give your students practice finding the perimeter of rectangles.
Practice Finding the Perimeter of Rectangles
Before delving into the world of standard units, such as the customary system and the metric system, students can explore concepts such as perimeter and area using informal units such as squares. Enter Teach Starter’s Perimeter Pals! The perfect perimeter activity for 3rd and 4th grade, these friendly little robots are here to help your students calculate the perimeter of a range of rectangles by counting the number of squares.
These perimeter worksheets include 10 questions spanning two pages. An answer key is also included in the download to make marking quick and easy!
This handy perimeter activity comes in four different file options. These are:
- Color printable PDF
- Black-and-white printable PDF
- Color editable Google Slide
- Black-and-white editable Google Slide
Perimeter Practice for 3rd and 4th Grade
There a multiple ways you might choose to use this resource to provide perimeter practice for your 3rd and 4th graders. Here are some ideas:
- Math Center Activity – Print the perimeter worksheets on cardstock, slip them into a dry erase sleeve, then use them as a math center activity. Students can record their answers with a whiteboard marker, then erase them for the next student to use.
- Class Warm-Up – Project the perimeter worksheets on your whiteboard and complete as a class for a warm-up or revision activity. Choose students to come to the board to write the correct answer in the space provided.
- Homework Task – Do you have some students who could use a little extra practice finding the perimeter of rectangles? These worksheets make the perfect take-home task for this very purpose!
Download These Perimeter Worksheets
Use the download button above to select your preferred file option. (Note: You will be prompted to make a copy of the Google Slides template on your personal drive before accessing it.)
Because this resource includes an answer sheet, we recommend you print one copy of the entire file. Then, make photocopies of the blank worksheet for students to complete.
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