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Common Core Area Unit: Area of Composite Shapes
These Common Core Area of Composite Shapes lessons are also available in one big set. Click here for the Area Unit Bundle (standards 3.MD.5-8).
This is a mini-unit for teaching Common Core area concepts. It covers the following area of composite

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Get your students engaged with this set of 16 task cards! The set is aligned with common core standard 6.G.1, finding area of composite figures.
Task Cards are a great way to incorporate collaborative learning (partners, peer tutors, etc) and assess learning. After students complete the activity a

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No prep! This is a fun Connect Four type game to give students practice solving area of composite shapes problems. Uses shapes with and without triangles. Aligned to 6.G.1, but great for 7th and 8th grade review, too. Answer key included.
This product is included in:
The Sixth Grade Geometry Partne

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Finding the Area of Composite Shapes Task Cards includes 20 task cards, recording sheets for 4, 8, 12, and 20 answers, and an answer key.
You can use these cards for math centers, independent practice, whole class game show, Scoot, and so much more! Just print, cut apart, and laminate cards for dur

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This product is perfect for practicing finding the area of composite shapes. This can be a tricky skill to master. Included are 20 task cards that can be used in a math center/station, a scoot around the room, or passed out individually for practice.
There are 4 different composite shapes, one inc

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This homework packet contains 6 different assignments that focuses upon finding the area of figures composed of rectangles and triangles. Students will practice decomposing shapes into triangles and rectangles to find the area of each figure.
The content of this homework packet is most closely ali

24 Task Cards requiring students to find the the area of composite shapes using addition and subtraction.
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This activity asks students to graph four composite (or compound) shapes. Students find the area of the shapes by decomposing them into triangles and rectangles.

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This video lesson teaches students how to find the area of circles.
In particular, your students will learn...
* The formula for the area of a circle
* The relationships between diameter, radius, and circumference. (These are only briefly reviewed. It is assumed your students already have a bas

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This full lesson plan includes
-A suggested outline for the lesson
-A Prezi to guide the lesson and present expectations
-A note sheet
-Instructions for an activity
-A think-tac-toe worksheet
-An accompanying Kahoot! quiz
This lesson integrates art and asks students to think about the world around

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Here's a fun way for students to find the area of composite shapes-have them design their own robot!

This foldable has 6 practice problems to find the area of composite/irregular shapes. This can be used in a center, a whole class review, or independent practice.

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Lesson on finding the area of composite shapes.
Lesson includes problems set, exit ticket, and homework.
Notes on most pages.
Includes pretest review

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An assignment test for an extension Year 8 or 9 class that covers flow through networks, area of shapes includes triangles, trapeziums, circles and circle segments, perimeter and area of composite shapes, the volumes of prisms and some worded problems.
The documents is 8 pages long in *.docx form.

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Try reading The Missing Piece and/or The Missing Piece Meets the Big O before the lesson, it's so cute!

Students will find the area of composite shapes through self discovery.

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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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This foldable organizes notes, formulas, and 3 examples for finding the area of composite figures. Shapes are composed of the following simple figures:
• Squares
• Rectangles
• Parallelograms
• Triangles
• Trapezoids
• Circles (semicircles)
Now with two options! (with or without circles)
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This is a 20 problem worksheet over finding the area of composite figures. These are the figures that contain 2 or more shapes. Some have missing information that the students will need to figure out before they can proceed with an answer.

Surface Area, Volume and Area Bundle- Engaging activities to reach all learners. CCS: 6.G.1, 6.G.4
This product includes 4 top rated geometry products. I have used all of these products in my own classroom, and the students have been engaged and interested! Please note that they can be purchased

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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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Common Core Alignment:
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.3.MD.C.7.D
Recognize area as additive. Find areas of rectilinear figures by decomposing them into non-overlapping rectangles and adding the areas of the non-overlapping parts, applying this technique to solve real world problems.
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.3.MD.D.8
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Finding Area of Polygons Interactive Notebook Pages + Activities, CCS: 6.G.1
Polygons Sort Page (polygons/not polygons)- 1 and 2 per page
Exploring Polygons Discovery Worksheet
Random Polygons for Polygon Sort (2 sets and 4 sets per page)
Formula Table- 1 per page and 2 per page
Warm-Up Finding Are

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Includes 40 surface area task cards in color and in black and white.
The set includes the following:
pg. 1: cover page
pg. 2-9: 32 different surface area task cards
pg. 10: miniature copy of cover and answer sheet for easier storage
pg. 11-12: full size answer sheet and key
pg. 13-21: the same

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Find the area of four composite figures (in the shape of a cat, train, car and rocket). FIRST, the students must plot the ordered pairs and connect to create the composite figure. SECOND, they decide in which quadrant each point lies. THIRD, they calculate the area of each figure. There is a bla

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This hands on, engaging activity will help students visualize the multiple shapes within a composite (compound) shape and quickly find the area of the entire shape.
Decompose the eight transformers into rectangles, squares, and triangles. Calculate the unknown lengths. Calculate the area of each

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Confidently prepare your students for Math TEK 3.6D (The Area of Composite Figures) with an illustrated task card set that is fun, standard-focused, and thoughtfully differentiated. These task cards will lighten the atmosphere in your classroom while never straying from the standard expectations a

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This quiz covers area of composite figures, including shapes made of quarter circles, half circles, rectangles, squares, trapezoids, and triangles. Some of them are quite challenging, so expect this quiz to take longer than some of the others. Two problems require students to take an additional step

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Students are given a list of figures and they need to find the area of each shape to then combine them. This page is good for students who are struggling with seeing the whole picture and may need to do it piece by piece. There is also a constructed response as well as an answer key!

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Sitting in the classroom for a long period of time can be hard for students. With this activity, it gives them an opportunity to get up and move around a little while working on the concept for the day.
Hang questions around your room and have students go question to question answering questions o

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Composite Figures: Differentiated Activity (One Activity 3 ways) Plus 24 Task Cards
Make geometry concepts easy to remember by making them easy to understand
Easy lesson to differentiate to meet the needs of every student you teach
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This product helps students master the following:
1. Understand the relationship between base and length and height and width
2. Recognize the similarity between calculating the area of squares, rectangles, and parallelograms on the coordinate grid.
3. Cut the b x h formula in half to find the area

This bundle of resources will help your students learn and practice finding area and perimeter, especially of compound figures. Take a look at the individual resources included below.
Basic Formula Reference Sheet
Area and Perimeter Scavenger Hunt
Perimeter Practice Powerpoint
Area and Perimeter C

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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 40 page Smartboard file on how to find the area of composite figures. The lesson explains how to break the figure into 2 or more figures and find the area of those first. There is a short review of finding the area of basic 2D shapes and then multiple practice pages finding the area of com

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Find the area of compound (composite) shapes in an exciting game format. Players will enjoy going from room to room on the game board solving for the area of the composite shape. This game is meant for a practice of Common Core Standards 6.G.1 and 7.G.6. This game is great for practicing this diffi

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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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When completed, students can use the Area Flipbook as a reference to find the area of rectangles, parallelograms, triangles, and trapezoids. Students often struggle with finding the area of composite shapes, so the Composite Shape handout has two examples overlaying grid paper to help students find

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Students ready to start combining more than one shape and find the area of a composite figure? This activity is the one to practice with! Students can start at ANY problem and connect their pieces like dominoes. Each problem has at least two shapes (triangle, parallelogram, trapezoid and circle) to

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Students work to find the area of the composite figure by decomposing the shapes into smaller rectangles or squares.
TEKS 3.6D
Ten questions (10 composite figures)

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There are 24 task cards. All the problems require students to work with area or circumference of one or more circles. Students must have a solid grasp of area and circumference of circles in order to work these problems.

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Use these task cards to help your students practice finding the area of composite figures! Perfect for a center activity or review!
-Adding areas
-Subtracting areas
-Overlapping shapes
Students will need to know how to find the area of rectangles, parallelograms, triangles, and trapezoids.
You ma

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This is an engaging hands-on activity for students in that they can design composite figures with shapes and then create their own figures! Students will then calculate the area and perimeter of each figure.

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These task cards consist of 16 problems involving composite (or compound) shapes which can be broken apart (or decomposed) into rectangles, parallelograms, trapezoids, and triangles. There are NO circles.
Three of the problems use decimals. Three of the problems use mixed numbers.

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This activity will help your students learn to identify geometric shapes in a composite figure and determine the area of rectangles, triangles, and composite figures.
In this download, you will receive student handouts for the work page and composite castle, as well as the teacher answer keys for

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Students will learn how to find the area of composite figures through hands-on activity
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-Full lesson plan
-Tangram Recording Sheet
Printable tangram shapes and figures are available online at https://www.activityvillage.co.uk/tangrams

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Your students will *LOVE* this heart garland. They will practice seven problems involving finding the area of composites. Shapes include rectangles, circles, and trapezoids. Attaching each piece to the next piece with the correct answer makes a chain of hearts. All my favorite things - self-check

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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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This is a 10 problem scavenger hunt activity that has students solve problems involving the area of quadrilaterals, triangles & composite shapes. Each card has a picture of a shape and the lengths labeled for students to use to find the area of each shape. Answer key is included.

This is a coloring activity for a set of 12 problems on the area of squares, rectangles, parallelograms, triangles and circles. 6 of the 12 problems are on the area of composite shapes. I used pi = 3.14 for the problems with circles. I used 7 colors in the design.
Posted: 6/4/15 so 50% off t

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In this exciting project student create an entire city block using basic geometric shapes. Students have an option of creating a 3D model of the city or they can create a 2D template. This project can be differentiated in many ways. Students can hand draw the shapes or use a computer program like

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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

Excellent area and perimeter practice. The task cards include problems for finding area of rectangles, finding area of composite shapes, finding perimeter of a variety of shapes and finding missing sides when given the perimeter. Use the task cards in centers, small group, as part of math workshop

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