Area of a Kite Worksheets

Familiarize students with another member of the quadrilateral family and escalate practice with these area of kites worksheets for grade 6, grade 7 and grade 8. Based on the common core curriculum, these worksheets emphasize calculating the area of a kite using the formula with dimensions offered as integers, decimals and fractions, unit conversions and finding the missing parameters. Type 1 offers geometric representations while Type 2 includes problems in word format too.

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Area of a Kite | Integers - Type 1

Plug in the values of the diagonals in the formula A = 1/2 (d1 * d2) and find the area of the kite, in these worksheets for grade 6, presenting problems as illustrations with integers ≤ 20 in level 1 and ≥ 10 in level 2.

Two levels of difficulty with 5 worksheets each

Find the Area of a Kite | Integers - Type 2

Bolster practice with these area of a kite worksheets offering problems as figures and in word format with two levels. The diagonal lengths are given as integers, multiply them and divide by 2 to find the area.

Two levels of difficulty with 5 worksheets each

Area of a kite | Decimals

Find the product of the lengths of the two diagonals presented as decimals, half it, round the answer to 2 decimal places to solve for the area of the kites in these area of kite worksheets. Recommended for 6th, 7th and 8th grades.

Two different types with 5 worksheets each

Area of a kite | Fractions

Plug the diagonal lengths offered as fractions into the area formula to determine the area of the kites.

Two different types with 5 worksheets each

Area of a Kite | Unit Conversions

This set of unit conversion worksheets specifies the lengths of the diagonals in varied units. Convert the unit as per the requirement and apply the formula to find the area of the kite.

Two different types with 5 worksheets each

Finding the diagonal of a kite

Featured here are problems that provide the area of the kite and the length of one diagonal. Assign the values in the formula to solve for the missing diagonal. Recommended grades: Middle school students.

Type: Integers, Decimals (5 worksheets each)