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This comprehensive bundle of area worksheets contains 10 engaging activities and area quiz worksheets to help students determine the area or number of square units of the given shapes.
These worksheets include basic shapes with squares drawn in, rectangles which requires students to multiply the length by the width, circles that require the use of Pi, and other shapes that need a formula to solve the area of the shape. Perimeter worksheets are also included to calculate the perimeter of a shape using the lengths of all its sides.
Included Area Worksheets
Entry level worksheet to introduce students to the concept of areas and working out the area of shapes using square units.
Area of a Square Worksheet
Find the area of each figure by counting the square in square centimeters (cm2).
Area of a Circle Worksheet
Find the area of each circle and show your solutions. Use 3.14 for Pi.
Area and Perimeter Worksheet
Label the length of the sides of the polygon, then add them together to find the perimeter. To find the area, count the number of square units.
Area of a Rectangle Worksheet
To find the area of a rectangle, use the formula Area = length x width ( a = l x w ).
Area of a Rectangle Worksheet 2
Simple to worksheet 1, but students will workout the area of different shapes in this activity.
Area of Rectangles and Triangles Worksheet
To find the area of a rectangle, multiple length and width. To find the area of a triangle, multiply 1/2 to base x height.
Rectangles and Triangles 2
More examples and shapes to test student knowledge of triangle and rectangle areas.
Area of a Right Triangle Worksheet
Students will learn how to work out the area of a right triangle and then apply it to a polygon made of triangles.
Area of a Trapezoid Worksheet
Advanced worksheet for students to use the formula to calculate the area of a trapezoid shape.
After completing these worksheets students will be able to:
- Show understanding of areas for basic shapes and use square units to help them
- Calculate the area of a square in square centimeters (cm2)
- Use Pi and the diameter to work out the area of a circle
- Label the length of a shape side and add them together to find the perimeter
- Calculate the area of a rectangle using the correct formula
- Demonstrate the formula used to find the area of a triangle
- Work through an advanced area example using a trapezoid shape
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Use With Any Curriculum
These worksheets have been specifically designed for use with any international curriculum. You can use these worksheets as-is, or edit them using Google Slides to make them more specific to your own student ability levels and curriculum standards.