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Students work cooperatively with a partner explaining how to find the area of composite figures.

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Students find the area of composite figures and nets made of rectangles and triangles in this activity that doubles as classroom decor. Nets include rectangular prisms, triangular prisms, square pyramids, triangular pyramids. There is no need to know the formula for the area of a trapezoid to comput

These 16 task cards have 16 unique composite figures in which students must find the are. Different units are used, and students will also need to know the different area formulas of the following shapes: rectangle, triangle, trapezoid, circle, parallelogram. Some figures are measured in decimals, a

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Area of Composite Figures Task Cards & Recording Sheets CCSS: 6.G.A.1
Included in this product:
*20 unique task cards dealing with finding area of composite figures made from squares, rectangles, trapezoids and parallelograms.
*4 different recording sheets
*Answer Key
This set of 20 task card

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This is a set of 5 stations PLUS an exit ticket for use with middle school students who have mastered finding area of two-dimensional shapes.
Students have finally mastered finding area of 2-D shapes, and then you throw a composite figure at them and suddenly their minds go blank. Help them break d

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Add a little dose of fun in a "monster-ous" way!
This geometry activity focuses on calculating total area of composite figures (includes merged circle, square, triangle, and trapezoid). The fun element of the activity highlights side length measurements that are randomly generated through the use o

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Math centers that have students working on word problems involving finding the perimeter and area of composite figures. The composite figures are made up of multiple rectangles and rectangles and triangles. This activity comes with directions for setting up the stations, a student recording sheet,

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Students practice identifying the correct formula to use when given a word problem and then solve.
Answer key and student work pages included!
Directions: This is a loop game for practice using formulas with real world problems. Students can start on any card. They will then find the answer at

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Get your students up and learning with this fun and colorful loop game that provides practice in determining the area of composite figures, including area of shaded regions.
Two printing options available! Print in color or black and white!
Answer key and student work page also included!
Quick pre

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The Wright Ladies bring to you an interactive challenging activity that will require students to used their critical thinking skills to complete. Students will be required to do the following:
-Label measurements on a diagram
- Calculate the area of regular shapes
- Calculate the area of composite

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This is a scavenger hunt activity that has 12 problems for students to find the area of the composite shape or the shaded region.
The order that the cards come in is the correct order so you can make an answer key from this. You will want to scramble these up when using with the students so they d

Skills practice focused on solving for area of composite figures/irregular shapes.
This activity is great for getting your kids moving and working together. Product includes:
-13 problem cards
-Recording sheet
-Instructions
- Answer key with problems worked out (great for days with a substitute) as

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Also included in: Bundle of Scavenger Hunts for Middle School Math- Grade 7

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Easter Composite Area Cooperative Learning Activity
This is a fun way for students to practice finding area of composite figures. There are 10 problems total. Students match their answers and color the Easter eggs accordingly.
*Note - calculations were done using the pi symbol on the calculator.

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Get your students up and moving around the classroom in this fun and engaging Scavenger Hunt!
They'll have fun working independently or collaboratively with a partner in solving these twelve problems involving area of composite figures.
This scavenger hunt can be used as a review for students, lea

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Help students practice the step of solving for the area of composite figures.
How to Use: Split students into pairs or groups of 3. Students find the area of the figure and match the problem with the answer. When matched correctly, the pictures form a QR code. If matched up correctly and lined up

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A great project that will get students to use their creativity along with their math skills as they create a "Life Size Composite Figure Person"!
Students will create composite figures by combining different polygons. They will then have to measure and determine the area of each composite figure. L

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This activity can be used as a station or in partners. Students will sort the cards any way they choose and then discuss why they sorted them that way. The cards can be sorted by area, composite/rectangles, shapes with area given and shapes without area, etc.

This activity is extremely rigorous, relevant, and engaging.
Students will design their own game room. Their game room has to have the area of 60. There are multiple ways to get that area, so students must use the additive property of area to combine the area of rectangles to see which ones fit t

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Large task cards for a move & practice activity. Product includes 6 "Basic Level" questions, 10 "Test Level" questions, and 6 "Challenge Level" questions. Figures include triangles, rectangles, squares, parallelograms, semicircles, and circles.
1. Place cards around the classroom at different

Area of Composite Shapes Quiz Quiz Trade is an easy way to get your students excited when learning mathematics! The cards include calculating area of compound shapes that consists of rectangles, squares, triangles, trapezoids and circles.
This product includes 20 question and 20 answer cards.
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Questions have been designed to lead students to understand why we use a specific formula when we calculate the surface area of compound shapes.
The task cards include calculating area of compound shapes that consists of rectangles, squares, triangles, trapezoids and circles.
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Guided Notes for Area of shapes and Circumference of Circles
Gallery Walk Activity can also be used as math stations.
Excellent Review for STAAR Test

In these activities students will discover the formulas for area of a parallelogram and area of a triangle.
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1. Detailed Teacher Notes describing each part of the activity
2. Grids with figures drawn to be copied for students
3. Student Activity Sheets for Two Separate Activities
4. D

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Here are math centers that have students working on practice problems and word problems involving finding the perimeter of polygons, area of triangles and quadrilaterals, area of composite figures, and volume of rectangular prisms. This activity comes with directions for setting up the stations, a

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