Area of a Quadrilateral Worksheets
The area of quadrilaterals worksheets with answers is a complete practice package for 6th grade, 7th grade, and 8th grade children. Featured here are exercises to identify the type and use appropriate formulas to find the area of quadrilaterals like rectangles, rhombus, trapezoids, parallelograms and kites, with dimensions involving whole numbers and fractions, find the missing parameters, problems involving unit conversion and more. Three levels of PDFs are offered categorized based on shapes. Plunge into practice with the free worksheets here!
Level 1 : Rectangle, Square and Parallelogram
Direct children of grade 6 to apply relevant formulas to calculate the area of quadrilaterals such as rectangles, parallelograms and squares offered as figures and in word format with whole number dimensions.
Four-sided plane figures like rectangles, squares and parallelograms with dimensions given as fractions are featured in these printable area of a quadrilateral worksheets.
Level 2 : Rectangle, Square, Parallelogram & Trapezoid
Level up your practice in calculating the area of a quadrilateral by introducing another quadrilateral, the trapezoid in these calculate the area of quadrilaterals pdf worksheets for grade 7.
Reiterate the concept of finding the area of quadrilaterals like squares, rectangles, parallelograms and trapezoids, plug in the dimensions presented as fractions in appropriate formulas to determine the area.
The measures of the quadrilaterals are expressed in different units in these printable worksheets for middle school. Make the appropriate unit conversion to solve each problem.
Level 3 : Rectangle, Square, Parallelogram, Trapezoid, Kite and Rhombus
Raise the bar with these pdf quadrilaterals worksheets for grade 8 with kite and rhombus being added. Identify the quadrilaterals, assign the given measures in relevant formulas and compute the area.
Apart from geometric figures, these pdfs enclose a few word format questions on the area of quadrilaterals. Visualize the quadrilateral, recall its formula, plug in the whole-number lengths, and calculate the area.
Escalate practice in finding the area of quadrilaterals by working out eight problems represented geometrically and in word format. Substitute the fractional dimensions in suitable formulas and find the area.
A side, a diagonal, the base, or the height – one of these lengths comes in a unit different from the square units indicated for the area of each quadrilateral. Convert them to the specified unit and proceed with the usual calculation.
Missing parameters, Area using grid
Figure out the missing dimensions of the quadrilaterals using the given area. Rearrange the formula, make the unknown dimension the subject, substitute the known values and determine the missing parameters.
Plug in the fractional value of the area and one of the dimensions given in relevant formulas and find the value of the missing parameters in this set of printable quadrilateral worksheets for 6th grade, 7th grade, and 8th grade.
The quadrilaterals are illustrated on grids, figure out the dimensions using the grids and substitute them in relevant formulas to calculate the area of the quadrilateral. The answer key is available.