# Perimeter, Area, and Volume : Measurement : Fourth Grade Math Worksheets

Below, you will find a wide range of our printable worksheets in chapter Perimeter, Area, and Volume of section Measurement. These worksheets are appropriate for Fourth Grade Math. We have crafted many worksheets covering various aspects of this topic, calculate perimeter, calculate area, relate perimeter and area, volume of cubes and other prisms, and many more. We hope you find them very useful and interesting.

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Perimeter, Area, and Volume

Calculate Perimeter - I

You are provided wit side lengths of various polygons, now find the perimeter of the shapes. Find the missing lengths if the perimeter is given.

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Calculate Perimeter - II

Calculate perimeter in this worksheet for triangles, squares, regular hexagons and octagons etc. Check your facts about shapes and relate them to their perimeter.

Category:  Measurement     Perimeter, Area, and Volume     Calculate Perimeter

Calculate Area - I

Find area of simple shapes like squares and rectangles using the given lengths of the side/s. Solve some inverse problems using the provided area and find side length.

Category:  Measurement     Perimeter, Area, and Volume     Calculate Area

Calculate Area - II

Extend your knowledge with this worksheets where you can easily find the area of a square, but now find the area of a triangle that is shaded by connecting two opposite corners.

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Relate Perimeter and Area - I

Relate area to the perimeter. Is area same for all the figures with the same perimeter? Can you draw a larger rectangle without changing its perimeter?

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Relate Perimeter and Area - II

A rectangle has the perimeter of 30 cm. Can you draw two different rectangles having the same perimeter? Do they have same area? Use this worksheet to find out.

Category:  Measurement     Perimeter, Area, and Volume     Relate Perimeter and Area

Volume of Prisms - I

Work with 3-d shapes and find volume. In this worksheet, you will find the volume of rectangular prisms using the lengths of the sides.

Category:  Measurement     Perimeter, Area, and Volume     Volume of Cubes and Other Prisms