Area worksheets contain 5 exclusive pages in finding area of triangle, circle, rectangle, quadrilateral and polygon. It also contain basic worksheets like finding area by counting squares and grids; area of mixed shapes; and area of compound shapes (composite or complex shapes).
Triangle worksheets contain finding area using standard formula, right-angled, scalene and equilateral triangle.
Find the area and perimeter of square and rectangle. Also find the missing sides with the given area.
Find the area of polygon using apothem and perimeter.
Counting Squares in Grids
A color shape is drawn in each grid. Area of each square in a grid is equal to 1 cm2. Half square equals 1/2 cm2.
Counting Squares in Rectangle
At level 1, each square area equals 1 inch square. But, at level 2, the scale of a square area varies for each problem.
Counting Squares: Irregular Shapes
Each worksheet has 15 questions finding area of irregular shapes by counting squares.
Draw any shape of your own with the given area. Because the answers vary, no answer sheet is attached.
Each worksheet has 5 problems comparing area of geometrical shapes. You have 2 shapes in each question. Find the area of each shape and compare which is greater/lesser/equal.
Area of Mixed Shapes
Each worksheet has 12 problems finding area of all standard shapes.
Level 1 contains rectangle, square, triangle and circle. Level 2 has all shapes in level 1 plus parallelogram. Level 3 contains all shapes in level 2 and trapezoid.
Area - Compound Shapes
Compound shape (complex or composite) is a combination of two or more basic shapes. The most common shapes such as half-circle, circle, triangle, rectangle and square are used.
Each worksheet has 6 problems finding area of compound shapes. Find the area of hollow region and subtract it from the whole.