# Area and Circumference Worksheets

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Help the child unleash their best yet with our free area and circumference of a circle worksheets. Progressing through tasks like finding the area and circumference, finding the area from the circumference, and finding the circumference from the area, children run a complete course in the quest to fulfill their practice aspirations. Every resource presents a new challenge so each time the learning feels riveting. Our pdf circumference and area of circles worksheets are available in both customary and metric units.

We recommend these printable tools for grade 6, grade 7, and grade 8 students.

CCSS: 7.G

Finding Area and Circumference | Worksheet #1

Remind students that the formula for the circumference of a circle is 2πr and the formula for the area of a circle is πr². If they have the diameter given, they should use its half in the formulas to determine both the measures.

Finding Area and Circumference | Worksheet #2

Give 6th grade and 7th grade students a strenuous brain workout with this free circumference and area of circles worksheet! Be sure they round the answer to the nearest tenth so in the long run, working out the two measures will be a no-brainer!

Finding Area from Circumference | Worksheet #1

Whet your learners' appetite for more learning-and-practice enthusiasm using this printable worksheet! Watch them get everything right by dividing the circumference by 2π to obtain the value of r and by using it to find the area of the figure.

Finding Area from Circumference | Worksheet #2

When prepping turns all-round, children will fire on all cylinders! Then finding the area from the circumference will be a hoot! Instruct them to use the circumference to find the radius and calculate the area of the circle with the value of r.

Finding Circumference from Area | Worksheet #1

If the area of a circle = 12.56 sq. units, what is the circumference? Since the area = πr², 12.56 = 3.14 * r². Divide the area by 3.14 to get r², and take the square root of r. Plug the obtained value in the appropriate formula to find the circumference.

Finding Circumference from Area | Worksheet #2

Task grade 7 and grade 8 students with finding the circumference given the area. This pdf area and circumference worksheet contains circles with an area of four or five digits, so the mighty math wizards are up against an exciting challenge!