## Area of 2D Shapes Worksheet

This worksheet will help you practice calculating the area of different two-dimensional shapes.

**Instructions:**

- For each shape, use the appropriate formula to calculate the area.
- Show your work clearly.
- Round your answers to the nearest tenth if necessary.

**Formulas:**

**Rectangle:**Area = length x width**Square:**Area = side x side**Triangle:**Area = (base x height) / 2**Circle:**Area = π x radius² (where π ≈ 3.14)**Parallelogram:**Area = base x height**Trapezoid:**Area = (base₁ + base₂) / 2 x height

**Shape 1:**

**Image:** [Insert image of a rectangle]

**Dimensions:** length = 10 cm, width = 5 cm

**Area:**

**Shape 2:**

**Image:** [Insert image of a square]

**Dimensions:** side = 7 cm

**Area:**

**Shape 3:**

**Image:** [Insert image of a triangle]

**Dimensions:** base = 8 cm, height = 6 cm

**Area:**

**Shape 4:**

**Image:** [Insert image of a circle]

**Dimensions:** radius = 4 cm

**Area:**

**Shape 5:**

**Image:** [Insert image of a parallelogram]

**Dimensions:** base = 12 cm, height = 8 cm

**Area:**

**Shape 6:**

**Image:** [Insert image of a trapezoid]

**Dimensions:** base₁ = 5 cm, base₂ = 10 cm, height = 4 cm

**Area:**

**Answer Key:**

**Shape 1:**50 cm²**Shape 2:**49 cm²**Shape 3:**24 cm²**Shape 4:**50.2 cm²**Shape 5:**96 cm²**Shape 6:**30 cm²

**Bonus:**

Create your own 2D shape and calculate its area!

**Note:** This is a basic worksheet for practice. More complex shapes and formulas may be introduced in advanced math courses.