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The Great Coordinate Geometry Caper
This is meant to be a culminating assignment after the completion of your study of geometric quadrilaterals. This project includes the discovery of Parallelograms, Rectangles, Rhombuses, Squares, Trapezoids, Isosceles Trapezoids, and Kites. This activity also r

Students will focus on using coordinate geometry using only the definitions of each quadrilateral to prove its shape. This learning activity includes a ready to print booklet for students. (When copying you can combine and select magazine to make a front and back half size booklet for students to

About this resource:Looking for a fun or new way to deliver notes? Then, doodle guides are for you! These guides encourage creativity while delivering new concepts. Doodle guides keep students engaged and makes note-taking more fun!This doodle guide teaches the concept of Tests for Quadrilaterals.Al

This is a great resource for practicing plotting points to create a specific quadrilateral and find missing points of a specific quadrilateral. They must understand how to write an ordered pair as well as place an ordered pair. This resource ties classifying shapes TEKS and coordinate planes togethe

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This worksheet asks students to use their knowledge of the properties of quadrilaterals to prove or justify the classification of the quadrilateral. It is designed to be open-ended in order to allow student to justify their responses using a format of their choosing.

This is an end-of unit group work activity whereby students complete a problem in groups, and put up their work on the board or chart paper around the room, but with an error somewhere in their work.
Groups then rotate around the room and have 3 minutes to find the error in the work of another gr

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This lesson is the fifth of six lessons in the Math 1 Geometry Unit.
In this lesson, the students will learn how to:
~classify quadrilaterals given their vertices,
~calculate the perimeter and area of quadrilaterals given their vertices.
The download for this lesson includes guided notes (with

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This is a graphic organizer I use to prove algebraically the various types of quadrilaterals on the coordinate plane.
There's two graphic organizers--one is filled out completely, the other is partially filled out. This provides opportunities for differentiating to meet the needs of diverse lear

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A 20-question review game with 5 questions about line plot data (involving fractions, median, mode, range, outliers), 5 questions about classifying triangles (based on angles and side lengths), 5 questions about classifying quadrilaterals, and 5 questions about coordinate graphs.
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This 11 page PDF document includes a cover page, a 2 page how-to guide, and 8 pages of sample problems (for a total of 14 problems). Problems are categorized by the 5 main quadrilaterals--trapezoids, parallelograms, rectangles, rhombuses, and squares. Some of the problems include "not", such as "Pro

Students will be given three ordered pairs to plot on a coordinate plane and asked to find a fourth to complete a given quadrilateral. Students will also create their own polygons on a coordinate plane with given bases and heights and identify the coordinates.

This is the eighth lesson in Geometry B. This bundle includes guided notes, SmartBoard lesson, and worksheet. The lesson talks how to determine the type of quadrilateral using the slope and distance formula.

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Polygons and Quadrilaterals (Geometry Curriculum - Unit 7) This bundle contains notes, homework assignments, two quizzes, a study guide and a unit test that cover the following topics:• Angles of Polygons• Parallelograms• Tests for Parallelograms in the Coordinate Plane:Using distance and slope form

Also included in: Geometry Curriculum

This product is a summer review product designed to help reduce the amount of summer slide of students going into 6th grade. It covers most of the major 5th grade concepts. It can also be used as a review before end of year testing.
There are 26 student practice pages covering the following concep

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If your kids love word searches, then they'll certainly love these math searches!This 5th Grade Classifying 2D Shapes Math Searches Pack gets students excited about practicing their geometry skills! In this pack, students will practice classifying polygons, quadrilaterals, and triangles by their va

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Also included in: 5th Grade Math Review: Math Searches Bundle

This bundle contains notes, Doodle guides, practice test, online Socrative test, and 13 resources/activities that cover the following topics: angles and characteristics of polygons, parallelograms, rectangles, rhombi, squares, and isosceles trapezoids.Activities included (see below for more detailed

This lapbook covers several major Geometry concepts taught in grades K-9 (circles, angles, triangles, quadrilaterals, coordinate graphs, polygons, 3-d shapes, etc.); use this to introduce concepts and lay a foundation for understanding Geometry in a visual, concrete way through hands-on activities a

Updated *2016 VA SOL 6.9Addresses congruency of line segments, angles, polygons.-24 task cards-includes student recording sheet & answer key-6 technology enhanced type (choose all answers) questions-4 quadrilaterals on the coordinate plane congruency

There are a total of 42 daily quizzes in this package that I use with my geometry students. Most of the material that is typically covered in a year of geometry is covered in these quizzes. (See topic list below.) I use these as group quizzes at the end of each of my classes. They take between 5-15

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This lesson is the fifth of six lessons in the Math 1 Geometry Unit.
In this lesson, the students will learn how to:
~classify triangles as acute, obtuse, or right given their vertices,
~classify triangles as scalene, equilateral, or isosceles given their vertices,
~calculate the perimeter and

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This lesson and its accompanying resources were developed to help students classify quadrilaterals in a coordinate plane. This lesson is built around a flow chart. Flow charts in general help students think through complicated ideas, and exposure to them in high school will prove useful for those w

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Students will have the chance to practice using lines of reflection in quadrilaterals in the coordinate plane and answer concept questions about using rotational symmetry and lines of symmetry to verify statements about quadrilaterals.
There can be several approaches to solving these problems and m

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This complete lesson includes
• a description of the lesson,
• a Do Now that gets students thinking about ratios,
• pictures of similar pentagons,
• pictures of similar quadrilaterals, and
• a coordinate plane for students to create dilations of a given quadrilateral.
This is a great way to in

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