# 3rd Grade Common Core: 3.MD.6

Common Core Identifier: 3.MD.6 / Grade: 3

Curriculum: Measurement And Data: Geometric Measurement: Understand Concepts Of Area And Relate Area To Multiplication And To Addition.

Detail: Measure areas by counting unit squares (square cm, square m, square in, square ft, and improvised units).

14 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Find the area of each shape by counting the square units.

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Determine the perimeter and the area of each rectangle shown.

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Write the area of each rectangle in the picture. Which one has the largest area? Which two have the same area?

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Count the squares to determine the number of square units each shape has.

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Count the square centimeters to find the area and the perimeter of the shapes.

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Draw a quadrilateral on the grid that has 20 square units. On the next grid, draw a square that has an area of 4 units. Then draw a square with an area that is 9 times greater.

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Students draw their name on the included graph paper. Then they write the area (in square cm) of each letter.

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This set includes place value blocks, addition input/output boxes, fractions of a set, arrays, and linear measurement.

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On these printables, students will solve basic multiplication problems (0s, 1s, and 2s), write numbers in expanded form, look for right angles, and calculate elapsed time.

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In this 2 player game, students take turns rolling pairs of dice. They use crayons and graph paper to make rectangles with the number of square units rolled.

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Use these 30 cards for classroom scavenger hunts, whole group instruction, or learning centers. Count the square millimeters, centimeters, meters, and kilometers to determine the areas of the polygons.

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Part 1: Find the area of each shape by counting the square units. Part 2: Then draw squares to find the number of square units for each shape. Part 3: Complete the short answer question.

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These "counting square units" task cards are slightly harder than the set listed above.

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In this game, students move from desk to desk, around the classroom, and calculate the area of rectangles.

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