# 7th Grade Geometry

# 7th Grade Geometry

**Printable worksheets for 7th Grade Geometry!**

Our seventh-grade geometry worksheets will help your students understand how to calculate the circumference of a circle, the volume and surface area of 3D shapes, and the value of complementary, supplementary, vertical, and adjacent angles! With over 230 worksheets to choose from, you’ll find enough practice to master all of the following:

- How to identify the radius, diameter, and circumference of circles.
- How to use the Pythagorean Theorem.
- How to calculate the volume and surface area of rectangular prisms, triangular prisms, and cylinders.

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**Note: All worksheets include an answer key!**

## 7th Grade Geometry Topics (Printable PDFs)

This link will take you to our collection of worksheets for the area and perimeter of trapezoids. Finding the area of trapezoids is a little more complex. Your student will use the formula A = ½(b₁+b₂)h.

Here you'll find area and perimeter of composite shapes worksheets. A composite shape is a shape made up of 2 or more shapes such as rectangles and squares.

Here your student will practice finding the area and perimeter of a variety of shapes: rectangles, trapezoids, composite shapes, and more.

This link will take you to our area and circumference of a circle worksheet. Finding the area and perimeter of a circle is a little different than other shapes. Click this link to learn more and access the worksheets.

Here, we provide a variety of circle activities including identifying the radius and diameter of a circle.

The Pythagorean Theorem is an essential concept students learn in the 7th grade. It states that for a right triangle, the square of the hypotenuse is equal to the sum of the square of the other two sides, a² + b² = c².

Here your student will use length x width x height to solve for the volume of the rectangular prisms. They will also practice finding the surface area. Click on this link to learn more and access the worksheets.

Here your student will find the surface area and use ½ b • h • d to find the volume of triangular prisms.

This link will take you to worksheets for finding the volume and surface area of cylinders. Finding the volume, your student will use π r²• h.

Here you'll find a few worksheets that will help your student begin to understand the basics of geometric angles: complementary, supplementary, vertical and adjacent.