Surface Area Worksheets
The surface area is the total area that the surface of an object occupies. These thorough-paced free surface area worksheets include the first stage, which is counting unit squares to determine the surface area, followed by finding the surface area of solid shapes such as rectangular prisms, cylinders, cones, spheres, hemispheres, square pyramids, and compound shapes.
This enormous collection is apt for students in grade 6, grade 7, and grade 8.
CCSS: 6.G.4 and 7.G.6
The engaging printable worksheets are an out-and-out supplement to your core teaching, and help familiarize 6th grade and 7th grade students with the basics of surface area. Direct students to count the unit squares to determine the surface area occupied by each 3D shape.
Finding the surface area of a rectangular prism is no more a hard nut to crack. Instruct students to add up the area of the lateral faces and the rectangular bases to compute the surface area of the rectangular prisms featured in these free pdf handouts.
Open the doors to adequate practice for students in grade 6 and grade 7 with these free pdf worksheets on determining the surface area of a cone. Reinforce skills in calculating the area occupied by each cone using the radius and the given slant height or height.
Significant for your 7th grade and 8th grade students to gain thorough knowledge in computing the surface area of the two circles and the unrolled side that makes a rectangle, these printable surface area of a cylinder worksheets are a valuable addition to your practice.
Trigger instant practice and watch how effortlessly and accurately students in grade 7 and grade 8 determine the total area taken up by each solid shape featured in these surface area of a sphere worksheets.
Help your children edge over the others with these printable exercises on finding the surface area of a hemisphere. Apply the appropriate formula to calculate the SA of each hemisphere with ease.
This practice set bolster skills in computing the areas of the four triangular faces, and the rectangular base put together in each of the square pyramids encompassed in these printable worksheets.
Don't get stuck with sub optimal review methods, and reaffirm knowledge in computing the surface area of a variety of solid shapes with this batch of revision pdfs.
Discover how students in grade 7 and grade 8 rapidly decompose each compound shape into non-overlapping solid shapes, and find the SA of each individual shape and then add or subtract to determine the surface area of compound or composite shapes in these pdf worksheets.