Imagine you have a **garden** where you want to plant flowers or vegetables. Sometimes, people use different ways to measure how big their garden is. One way is to use **square meters** (which is a metric measurement), and another way is to use **square feet** (which is what many people in the United States use).

A **square meter** is like a small square that is 1 meter by 1 meter on each side. If we talk about **90 square meters**, it means you have a big square area that has the same amount of space as 90 of those little squares!

Now, letâ€™s see how to change square meters to square feet. The conversion rate is that **1 square meter** is approximately equal to **10.764 square feet**. So, to find out how many square feet are in **90 square meters**, we use this equation:

$$

90 \, \text{square meters} \times 10.764 \, \text{square feet per square meter} = 969.36 \, \text{square feet}

$$

This means that your garden that measures **90 square meters** is about **969.36 square feet**!

To help you visualize this size, here are **7 objects** that are all the same size as **90 square meters** or **969.36 square feet**:

**Two average-sized classrooms**(about 450 square feet each)**One small basketball court****About 8 queen-sized beds**(which are each about 100 square feet)**Three small houses**(averaging 300 square feet each)**Ten full-size cars parked in a parking lot****Two large garden sheds****One large swimming pool (like the type in many backyards)**

These examples show you how big your garden could be in terms of things you might already know! Happy gardening!