The document contains 18 stations that students can use to practice or review quadrilaterals, triangles, and other polygons. Print out the document on card stock and place the questions around the room. Allow the students to work alone or with partners to find the answers. The questions cover identifying and classifying shapes and their properties. Use all the questions or just what you have covered.
Depending on how you open the file you may need to add a few spaces to a card to the next page.
I like this activity, a lot. Creating center activities is a must...to get students moving around and engaged. The only bummer was when I downloaded it, for some reason, the text boxes that go around each question were off. (Some of them were on top of each other when I printed them).
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I also bought this but it does not print correctly. In fact it is not usable since some of the questions are on one page and the figure is on another. The answer sheet also does not print all on one page.
I had one other user have this problem. I can try to email you my copy if you would like. The other user had to change the margins. For some reason, the margins may be set to wide as the default on you microsoft word for this document. Let me know if that helps or you want it set. I will take the document down if that does not help.
I am also willing to send a refund.