# Area Worksheets

This cluster of area worksheets produces a measurable outcome and develops proficiency in finding the area of various 2D shapes or flat shapes. Organized into chunks, this practice material makes learning effortless for children of grade 2 through high school. Beginning with counting cubes, and then moving on to using formulas to determine the area of rectangles, triangles, quadrilaterals, polygons and more, these structured exercises help reprogram your practice sessions and bolster skills in effortlessly and accurately calculating the area of plane or 2D figures.

These pdf worksheets are recommended for second grade through high school students.

CCSS: 2.G, 3.MD, 4.MD, 6.G, 7.G

Counting Squares to Find the Area

Introduce kids of grade 2 and above to these finding the area by counting unit squares worksheets and get them to count the unit squares to determine the area.

Area of a Square

Work your way through these printable area of a square worksheets that perfectly fit into your elementary school math curriculum and practice computing the area of the given 4-sided figures.

Area of a Rectangle

Multiply the specified length and width to calculate the area of each rectangle presented in this set of pdf worksheets curated for children of grade 3, grade 4, and grade 5.

Area of Rectilinear Figures

Students instantly benefit as they practice decomposing rectilinear shapes to figure out their area in these printable rectilinear shapes worksheets.

Area of a Triangle

Equip students of 5th grade, 6th grade, and 7th grade with these exercises to practice finding the area of a triangle using the appropriate formula.

Area of a Parallelogram

Buckle up your practice and direct students to use the base and height measures to figure out the area of each parallelogram or quadrilateral with parallel opposite sides.

Area of a Trapezoid

Keep the students of grade 5 and above focused as they practice with these printable worksheets on area of a trapezoid. Boost practice in determining the area of the 4-sided flat shape with a pair of parallel sides.

Area of a Rhombus

Effectively and accurately determine the area of a rhombus or an equilateral quadrilateral with these free practice pdfs, ideal for students of fifth grade and above.

Area of a Kite

Significantly add on to your practice with these worksheets to figure out the area of each kite featured, using the measures of the two diagonals provided.

Go the extra mile with these area of a quadrilateral pdfs, featuring a mix of flat shapes like rectangles, parallelograms, kites, trapezoids, and more. Apply relevant formulas to compute the area of each.

Area of a Circle

Assess or recapitulate knowledge of the students in grade 6, grade 7, and grade 8 with these free printable area of a circle worksheets. Plug in the value of the radius in the formula A= πr2 and compute.

Area of a Sector

Focusing on finding the area of a section of a circle, these free worksheets are an indispensable high school resource. The exercises help memorize the formula, and calculate the area of sectors effortlessly.

Area of an Annulus

Looking for practice materials on the area of the ring-shaped region between a pair of concentric circles? This compilation of pdf worksheets has umpteen exercises on finding the area of annuli.

Area of Mixed 2-Dimensional Shapes

Fine-tune skills in finding the area of mixed 2D shapes with these free revision worksheets that are a must-have to reaffirm and test knowledge of your students.

Area of Polygons

Seventh, eighth and high school students get better with every polygon whose area they find in these no-prep handouts on finding the area of a polygon.

Area of a Segment

A segment of a circle is the region enclosed by a chord and an arc. Guessed how to find its area? Yes, subtract the area of the triangle from the area of the sector. Plunge into practice with these printables.

Area of Composite Figures

The goal of these area of a compound shape pdfs is to reinforce skills in decomposing the shape into non-overlapping basic 2D shapes and then computing the area of individual shapes and adding or subtracting to find the area of the composite shape.