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Grade Level Estimation: 1st
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Determine the area, or number of square units within the given shapes. Includes basic shapes with squares drawn on it, rectangles where students multiply length times width, and other shapes that require formulas.
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BasicArea Worksheet (Basic) Free
Count the squares to determine the number of square units each shape has.Area Worksheet 2 (Basic) Member
Find the area of each shape by counting the square units.Area of a Rectangle 1 Member
Calculate the areas of the given rectangles by multiplying the width by the length. Requires only basic multiplication skills.Area of a Rectangle 2 Member
Find the area of each rectangle by multiplying the length by the width.Area of a Rectangle 3 Member
Write the area of each rectangle in the picture. Which one has the largest area? Which two are have the same area?Area of a Rectangle 4 Member
Draw a quadrilateral on the grid that has 20 square units. On the next grid, draw a square that has an area of 4 units. Then draw a square with an area that is 9 times greater.Area of Right Triangles Member
Calculate the area of each right triangle using the formula given.Area of a Triangles & Rectangles (Basic) Member
Find the area of each rectangle and right triangle illustrated.Area & Perimeter 1 (Basic) Member
Count the centimeters to find the perimeter and area of each shape.Area & Perimeter 2 (Basic) Member
Find the perimeter and area of each rectangle. Includes examples.Area & Perimeter of a Rectangle Member
Find the area and perimeter of each rectangle.
IntermediateArea of a Rectangle (Intermediate) Member
Students must multiply to find the areas of the rectangles shown. Requires knowledge of 2-digit multiplication.Area of a Circle 1 (Intermediate) Member
Students use the formula to calculate the area of each circle.Area of a Circle 2 (Intermediate) Member
Calculate the area of each of the eight circles shown.Area of a Circle 3 (Intermediate) Member
This area-of-a-circle worksheet has an explanation and example at the top of the page.Area of Circles with Example (Intermediate) Member
This area-of-a-circle worksheet has an explanation and example at the top of the page.
AdvancedArea of a Rectangle (Advanced) Member
Students must use their multiplication skills to find the areas of the rectangles shown. Requires knowledge of 2-digit multiplication, multiplying decimals, and multiplying fractions.Farm: Area of Rectangles Member
Use your ruler to measure the pigs' pen, the corn field, and the cows' pasture. Multiply to find the area of each.Area of a Triangles & Rectangles (Advanced) Member
Calculate the area of each triangle and rectangle picture. This activity teaches the relationship between the areas of right triangles and rectangles. Requires knowledge of 2-digit decimal multiplication.Area of a Circle (Advanced) Member
Determine the area of each circle shown. This worksheet includes radius amounts with double digit numbers and areas with decimals.Area of a Trapezoid Member
Use the formula to calculate the area of the three trapezoids shown.
See also:Perimeter Worksheets
Students must find the perimeter, or distance around a shapes, on each of these worksheets.Geometry Worksheets
All types of geometry skills, including polygons, lines, angles, symmetry, congruent shapes, and more