# Area of Rectilinear Figures Worksheets

Augment practice with our printable area of rectilinear figures worksheets. Let not the word “rectilinear” baffle your kids, as these are just some rectangles put together. Watch children start off with two levels of rectilinear shapes shaded in grids, before proceeding to figures composed of L shapes. This collection, which makes calculations quite a cinch, also offers practice in finding the area of rectangular paths.Begin your learning journey with some of our free worksheets!

Area of Rectilinear Figures - Grid | Level 1

The 3rd grade kids enjoy a cracker of an exercise in these printable worksheets, where the rectilinear shapes are shaded in grades. Observe the scale and count the number of blocks to find the area.

Area of Rectilinear Figures - Grid | Level 2

Amp up the challenge for 4th grade and 5th grade learners by instructing them to count the number of blocks shaded, and multiply with the given scale to determine the area of each rectilinear shape.

Area of Rectilinear Figures - L-Shapes | Easy

Deal with two-dimensional figures that resemble the letter L. The key to solving these easy-level problems is decomposing the figure into smaller, non-overlapping rectangles and then finding the area.

Area of Rectilinear Figures - L-Shapes | Moderate

L-shaped figures are front and center in these printable worksheets on finding the area of rectilinear shapes. Children are required to unleash their inner math genius to complete them.

This section of our pdf area of rectilinear figures worksheets requires 6th grade kids to find the areas of non-overlapping squares or rectangles hidden inside the rectilinear figure and to add them up.