Surface Area Worksheets
Surface area worksheets comprise an enormous collection of exercises on different solid figures. The large chunk of exercises is categorized based on a step-by-step approach involving counting unit squares to determine the SA, finding the surface area of nets, and then computing the surface area of geometrical shapes like cubes, cones, cylinders, rectangular prisms, L-shaped prisms, spheres, hemispheres, pyramids, and composite figures, catering to the needs of students in 5th grade through high school. Revisiting surface area is easy with our mixed 3D shapes revision pdfs. Count on our free printable SA worksheets for a great start!
List of Surface Area Worksheets
- Surface Area of 3D Figures Using Nets
- Surface Area by Counting Squares
- Surface Area of Cubes
- Surface Area of Rectangular Prisms
- Surface Area of L-Shaped Prisms
- Surface Area of Cylinders
- Surface Area of Prisms and Cylinders
Explore the Surface Area Worksheets in Detail
Finding the surface area of 3D figures using nets worksheets assist students in visualizing the surface of solid shapes whose nets are sketched on grids. Add on to their practice in determining the SA of the nets of 3D shapes like cylinders, cones, and pyramids, and in drawing the nets of solid figures too.
Start off with counting unit squares on an isometric paper, follow up by drawing the correct number of squares, and then find the SA of rectangular prisms by counting the squares scaled to varied units. These interesting exercises make the surface area by counting squares pdfs a compulsive print for your grade 5 and grade 6 students.
Page through these surface area of a cube exercises to practice computing the total area occupied by the cubes with edge length offered as integers, decimals and fractions. Included here are pdfs to find the missing edge length using the SA and more.
Surface area of rectangular prisms handouts are a sure-fire hit in every grade 6, grade 7, and grade 8 geometry curriculum. Find the SA using the height, width, and length, and extend your practice to finding the missing dimensions as well.
Lay a strong foundation in decomposing shapes with these printable surface area of L-shaped rectangular prism worksheets. Solve for surface area of independent 3D shapes, add them, and subtract the area of the face that connects the rectangular blocks.
The surface area of a cylinder pdfs feature solid shapes, each made up of a curved surface with two circular bases. Recall the formula for SA of a cylinder, plug in the integer, decimal, or fractional radius measures in the formula 2πrh + 2πr2 and compute.
A mix of rectangular prisms, triangular prisms, and cylinders is what these printable worksheets have in store for your middle and high school learners. Consider memorizing the SA formulas, apply the one relevant to the solid shape, substitute the dimensions and solve.
Give your 6th grade, 7th grade, and 8th grade students an edge over their peers with these surface area of cones exercises. Supplying the values of the dimensions in the formula and calculating the surface area of cones is all that is expected of learners.
Build fluency and competence with this collection of surface area of spheres and hemispheres worksheets. Get students to find the TSA of the hemispheres and CSA of the spheres by substituting the dimensions in relevant formulas.
Handle these printable surface area of pyramid practice sheets with great dexterity. Learn the know-how of finding the surface area of pyramids applying relevant formulas and substituting the dimensions accordingly.
How well do your 8th grade and high school students remember the SA formulas of solid shapes like cubes, cones, cylinders, spheres, hemispheres, prisms and pyramids? Check for yourself with these surface area of solid shapes revision pdfs.
Tee up to decompose each combined shape, find the sum of the SA of individual 3D shapes, subtract the area of the common parts, and determine the SA like a pro with this set of printable surface area of composite shapes worksheets.