This worksheet is designed to help students understand and compare the areas of different rectilinear shapes. Combining analytical skills with creative thinking.
In section A, students are presented with pairs of shapes and are asked to compare the areas using inequality symbols. Shapes have been selected to encourage pupils to think about the effect of a hollow area and more.
Next, section B asks learners to sort shapes according to whether their area is greater, less than or equal to 10 squares.
Then, in creative section C, students are asked to draw shapes based on specific area requirements.