# Area and Perimeter of Composite Shapes

# Area and Perimeter of Composite Shapes

**Below you’ll find a variety of printable “Area and Perimeter of Composite Shapes Worksheets!”**

Perimeter is the distance, or path, around (written in units) and area is the space inside (written in square units). Calculating the perimeter is easy. Just add up the lengths of all the sides!

Area may seem confusing, but you can do it! Just divide the composite shape into squares and rectangles. Find the area of each piece, then add the areas together!

With over 30 worksheets available, you’ll find just what you’re looking for to master the area and perimeter of composite shapes. **All of our Worksheets include answer keys**. Didn’t find what you were looking for? Check out our other Geometry worksheets!

## Area of Composite Shapes (Printable PDFs)

In these worksheets, students will calculate the space inside. Divide each composite shape into 2 or more smaller shapes. Then, calculate the area of each piece. Finally, add the smaller areas together to find the area of the entire shape. Label each answer with the correct square units. All worksheets include answer keys.

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## Perimeter of Composite Shapes (Printable PDFs)

In these worksheets, students will practice calculating the distance around. Start by labeling each missing side length. Then, add all of the side lengths together, and label your answer with the correct units. As you add, use a colored pencil to trace each side so you don’t miss any. All worksheets include answer keys.

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## Area and Perimeter of Composite Shapes (Printable PDFs)

In these worksheets, students will practice finding the distance around and the space inside composite shapes. Remember: the area should always be labeled with the appropriate square units, and the perimeter should always be labeled with the appropriate units. All worksheets include answer keys.