Area of Mixed Shapes | Revision Worksheets
Improve skills with these printable worksheets on finding the area of mixed shapes for grade 5 through grade 8. Featured here are exercises offered as geometrical shapes and in word format in three distinct levels; grouped based on the shapes used like triangles, squares, rectangles, parallelograms in level 1, trapezoids and circles are added in level 2, kites and rhombus are included in level 3. Initiate practice with our free worksheets!
Level 1 : Triangle, Square, Rectangle and Parallelogram
Presented geometrically and in word format, these area worksheets consist of basic shapes like square, rectangle, triangle and parallelogram. Plug in the whole number dimensions into relevant area formulas and compute the area.
This batch of 5th grade and 6th grade worksheets provides dimensions of the basic plane shapes in fractions. Substitute the values in appropriate formulas to reinforce skills in calculating the area of the shapes.
Level 2 : Triangle, Square, Rectangle, Parallelogram, Trapezoid and Circle
Bolster your skills as two more shapes, circle and trapezoid get added. Assign the whole number dimensions into formulas and the value of π for the circle and deduce the area of the given shapes in these area PDFs.
Reiterate finding the area of mixed shapes involving fractions with these printable worksheets for grade 6 and grade 7. Solve for the area of each shape by plugging the dimensions in appropriate formulas.
Level 3 : Triangle, Square, Rectangle, Parallelogram, Trapezoid, Circle, Kite and Rhombus
Strengthen skills in finding the area of a few more 2D shapes like the kite and rhombus in addition to the shapes in level 2. Work out the area of each shape by applying relevant formulas.
Figure out the area of the mixed shapes, including kite and rhombus in these worksheets with dimensions given as fractions. Geometrical shapes and word format type of problems are included to hone the practice of 7th grade and 8th grade students.
Unit conversion, Missing dimensions, Area using Grid
Blend unit conversion with finding the area in this set of printable worksheets. The units of the dimensions are different from those specified in the answer. Convert them to the specified unit and then compute the area.
Use appropriate formulas, make the missing dimension the subject, substitute the area and the known dimensions if any, to solve for the missing dimension in these middle school area worksheet PDFs.
Included here is an interesting way to find the area of mixed shapes. Read the x-axis and y-axis to determine the dimensions of each shape and then apply appropriate formulas to calculate the area in these worksheets.