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Classify It! Exploring Quadrilaterals is an exciting collection of lessons and activities to help students master quadrilateral classification. This product includes printables and directions for an introductory lesson, a cooperative learning sorting activity, a challenging and fun game, and two qui
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Looking for a fun interactive teaching idea for attributes of polygons? Well look no further as Polygon Attribute Puzzles, for CCSS 3.G.1, will serve as an exciting lesson plan for 3rd grade elementary school classrooms. This is a great resource to incorporate into your unit as a guided math center
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This sorting activity will help your students classify quadrilaterals by recognizing their characteristics and determining how their attributes compare to other quadrilaterals. This could be used as a math center or a partner activity. This download includes a full-color version and a grayscale ver
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Here are 12 task cards for reviewing quadrilaterals (no other polygons are covered on these task cards). Students sort the cards into the categories of quadrilateral, rectangle, square, parallelogram, rhombus, and trapezoid. These cards are great for a quick math center review station or an around t
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This file contains a sorting activity with quadrilaterals and 3 worksheets for students to practice their understanding of the relationship of and between special quadrilaterals. Please check out the preview file to see this in-depth lesson. I also have for smart boards "Intro to Polygons and The
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Have your students sort the attributes of the following quadrilaterals: parallelogram, square, rectangle, rhombus, and trapezoid Includes answer key
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These cards are intended to be sorted many different ways. We sorted them the following ways: 1. Polygon vs. Non-Polygon 2. Quadrilateral vs. Non-Quadrilateral 3. Parallelograms 4. Rectangles 5. Rhombi 6. Squares 7. Trapezoids I gave my students 2 pipe cleaners to help determine things like righ
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Geometry Quadrilateral Sort – 5.G.B.3 Students need practice determining the essential attributes of specific quadrilaterals. This engaging sort gives students an opportunity to look at 7 quadrilaterals and match it with its attributes and examples. I’ve included two sorts – one includes the inclus
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Quadrilateral Sort Activity (Geometry Activity) Common Core Aligned Activity or Lab Project This Activity is Included In: Rectangles, Rhombuses, and Squares Lesson with HomeworkActivity Description: This is a great activity to introduce special quadrilaterals. Students will have the chance to make
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This activity is a great way to get students comparing, contrasting, and understanding the various properties of quadrilaterals. They drag the properties into the correct vortex. If the answer is correct, the vortex "swallows" the property. If the answer is incorrect, the vortex "rejects" the prop
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This sort can be used in a number of ways. It covers the characteristics of polygons and quadrilaterals and is based on the 3rd grade math CCSS. However, it can very easily be used with 2nd or 4th graders as well. I use it with my ESL students to help them distinguish between polygons. Would also b
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This is the perfect activity to do as a pre or post assessment. With two different levels, it's easy to differentiate based on your students needs. *updated file February 2018 Don't forget to follow me for the latest updates: Coffee Beans and Children's Dreams. Check out our Facebook Page.
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There are 3 different levels of difficulty. Each version is available to use as a Cut-n-Paste Activity, a Sorting Activity or worksheet. Version A- Most information is given, very little additional information is needed to classify the quadrilaterals. Many of the figures are drawn the way they ac
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Students sort quadrilaterals by attribute. They cut out the quadrilateral and glue it next to the correct attribute. Students must also name the quadrilaterals.
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Use this sort with the SmartBoard file (Quadrilateral Sort - SmartBoard File) to introduce classifying quadrilaterals to your students! My students taped this sort (it prints two to a page - paper saver!) in their interactive notebooks. This printable sort will help your students clarify their thou
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In this resource, students are expected to list the attributes of each quadrilateral. Based on the attributes, they check off if that quadrilateral is a subgroup of a different quadrilateral. For example, they would check that a square also belongs to the rectangle group because it has those attribu
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Please use this SmartBoard file in conjunction with my other product: Quadrilateral Sort Sheet - Interactive Notebook to introduce your students to sorting quadrilaterals. This file includes: - printable manipulatives for students - warm up/bell ringer - scaffolded lesson - virtual manipulatives -
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Want a fun way for your students to practicing classifying quadrilaterals? Look no more!! Using the beautiful water color backgrounds, students have 2 sorts to accomplish. 1. Classifying Quads by Their Shape (trapezoid, parallelogram, rhombus etc. ) 2. Classifying Quads by Their Attributes (4 right
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This file contains small cards to be cut out, passed out, and then students can sort according to the type of quadrilateral on their card. Types of quadrilaterals included are parallelogram, trapezoid, square, and rectangle. Included are two sheets of cards to be printed on card stock and a sign
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Use the poster to identify the differences between the common quadrilateral shapes. The shapes include rhombus, trapezoid, parallelogram and rectangles. The activity page use both real life and clip art pictures for students to sort.
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Includes: - 4 Venn Diagram Sorting Mats - 2 Sets of Colored Quadrilateral Cards - 4 Venn Diagram Writing Activities
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In this activity, students will sort quadrilaterals into the category of the most specific name: quadrilateral, parallelogram, trapezoid, square, rectangle, or rhombus. Great for a quick check after lesson! Why you should use Google Interactives: -Keeps students engaged. -Uses technology instead o
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I love using this tool in my 3rd grade math class. I made about 6 copies of it on card stock and laminated them. I utilize them in my small group as a quick check of knowledge about the attributes of a quadrilateral.
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