# 6th Grade Common Core: 6.G.1

Common Core Identifier: 6.G.1 / Grade: 6
Curriculum: Geometry: Solve Real-World And Mathematical Problems Involving Area, Surface Area, And Volume.
Detail: Find the area of right triangles, other triangles, special quadrilaterals, and polygons by composing into rectangles or decomposing into triangles and other shapes; apply these techniques in the context of solving real-world and mathematical problems.
47 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Find the areas of the triangles. Base and height measurements include larger numbers decimals, and fractions. Some triangle measurements also have mixed units.
This worksheet shows students how to find the area of a triangle. There are 9 practice problems. Triangle measurements have two-digit numbers, decimals, and fractions.
Use the formula to calculate the area of the parallelograms shown. In the intermediate-level worksheets, the measurements are mostly 2-digit whole numbers.
Use the formula to find the areas of these six right triangles.
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.
This worksheet shows students how to find the area of a triangle. There are 9 practice problems. Triangles measurements have mixed units, decimals, and/or fractions.
Use the formula to calculate the area of the three trapezoids shown. In the intermediate-level worksheets, the measurements are all double-digit whole numbers.
Find the area of each of the triangles shown. This page has nine triangle illustrations and three problems with written measurements. All triangles have metric measurements.
Calculate the area of each of the nine triangles shown.
Find the area of each rectangle and right triangle illustrated.
Find the area and perimeter of each triangle shown.
Download a deck of 30 Area of a Parallelogram cards. Use them for peer study groups, classroom scavenger hunts, or small group instruction.
Find the perimeter and the area of each triangle shown. This advanced-level worksheet has 3-digit decimal numbers.
Use the formula A=bh to find the areas of the 9 parallelograms shown.
First, find the area of three different triangles. Then find the areas of triangles within a larger shape. Then find the height when you are given the area.
On this worksheet, your students will find both the perimeter and area of the shapes.
First calculate the perimeter of each trapezoids by adding the lengths of the sides. Then find the area by multiplying the length of the base times the height.
Use higher-order thinking and calculate answers to these four challenging questions.
These advanced area exercises challenge students to think deeply and practice their math skills.
Use the formula to calculate the areas of the four parallelograms shown. This basic version contains single-digit, whole number measurements.
Print these area of a triangle task cards. Use them for classroom games, exit slips, on your document camera, or scavenger hunts.
This page has nine parallelogram illustrations. Multiply the base times the height to find the area of each.
This worksheets has 9 trapezoid models. Students can practice finding the area of each one.
This worksheet has three parts. In part one, students find the areas of three triangles. In part two, they find the areas of a triangle that is divided into parts. In part three, they are given the area and they calculate the height.
Find both the perimeter and the area of each trapezoid shape shown.
These task cards can be used on your document projector, for whole-class games, as exit slips, or for daily practice.
These area of trapezoids problems require students to think carefully and use reasoning.
You can use these advanced task cards for classroom scavenger hunts, peer groups, small group instruction, or other activities.
Find the areas of five different trapezoids. This advanced-level worksheet includes 3-digit numbers and decimals.
This file contains 30 area of a triangle task cards. Use them for classroom scavenger hunts, peer tutoring, exit slips, or on your document camera.
For each triangle shown, students calculate the perimeter and the area.
Use the formula shown at the top to calculate the areas of the 9 trapezoids pictured.
In the top section, your pupils will find the area of three triangles. In the middle section, find the areas of triangle parts. In the final section, they are given the area and must calculate the height.
Calculate both the perimeter and area of these parallelograms. Side and height lengths include decimals and fractions.
This math card set has 30 parallelogram graphics that can be used for peer tutoring, learning centers, document camera examples, or exit slips.
Use reasoning and higher thinking skills to solve these problems.
Print these task cards to use for classroom scavenger hunts, peer groups, small group instruction, or other activities.
Use the formula to calculate the areas of the trapezoids shown. This basic version contains small, whole number measurements.
Calculate the areas of the triangles on these task cards. Use these cards for exit slips, classroom projects, or on your whiteboard document camera.
Here's a worksheet with 9 parallelogram pictures. Calculate the area of each by multiplying base times height.
Find the area and perimeter of each of the nine parallelograms given.
These trapezoids have 2-digit measurements for each side. Find both the area and perimeter of each.
This worksheet has three parts. In the first part, calculate the base and height of the parallelograms. In the second part, students use subtraction to find the area of the unshaded parts of a shape. In the final part, they calculate the area of an irregular shape.
Students will take their thinking to the next level with these challenging area of trapezoids questions.
Download a deck of 30 "area of a trapezoid" cards. Use them for peer study groups, classroom scavenger hunts, or small group instruction.
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