Worksheet: Area: Whole and Half Squares

In this worksheet, we will practice measuring the areas of shapes drawn on grids with whole and half squares by counting and matching halves.

Q1:

Estimate the area of the figure.

Q2:

Find the area of the shape.

Q3:

Find the area of the shape.

Q4:

Determine the area of the figure.

Q5:

Work out the area of the shaded shape. Each square represents 1 square centimeter.

Q6:

Find the area of this shape. Remember that the area of each small square is 1.

Q7:

Find the area of this shape. Remember that the area of each square is 1.

Q8:

Find the area of this shape. Remember that the area of each small square is 1.

Q9:

Charlotte has drawn a shape with an area of 12 square units.

Which two shapes have an area that is different from Charlotte’s shape?

  • AShape 2, shape 3
  • BShape 1, shape 2
  • CShape 1, shape 3

Q10:

Find the area of this shape.

  • A1212 square units
  • B1312 square units
  • C12 square units
  • D1112 square units
  • E11 square units

Q11:

In the given diagram, one square represents 5. Find the area of the shaded part.

Q12:

In the given diagram, one square represents 5 units of area. Find the area of the shaded part.

Q13:

What is the area of the red portion of the face?

Q14:

Each square is 1 square unit. Each half-square is 12 a square unit. Find the area of the shape.

  • A9 square units
  • B12 square units
  • C10 square units
  • D11 square units
  • E13 square units

Q15:

Each square is 1 square unit. Each half-square is 12 a square unit. Find the area of the shape.

  • A812 square units
  • B8 square units
  • C9 square units
  • D1012 square units
  • E912 square units

Q16:

Fill in the blanks in the following: The area of the given figure .

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