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Introduce and assess quadrilaterals with this complete interactive notebook set which uses Venn diagrams and attributes of figures to define the sets and subsets of the classification system. Included in the interactive notebook set are: foldable notes, three classification diagrams, and a four question test prep style assessment. This activity covers quadrilaterals, trapezoids, isosceles trapzoids, kites, parallelograms, rectangles, rhombuses, and squares and the sets, subsets, and hierarchey of the quadrilaterals.
***Note: This resource uses the exclusive definition of trapezoids. This means that in this resource trapezoids are defined as having exactly one pair of parallel sides.***
Use your lesson time wisely with this low prep notebook activity. All pieces are designed to fit neatly into your students' interactive notebooks and are jam-packed with info to minimize copying, cutting, folding, and gluing so that you can make the most of your prep and instructional time. Check out the preview to see everything that is included!
These notebook materials require minimal cutting and pasting, but maximum learning! I love using interactive notebook activities with my students, but many of the engaging activities for the notebook involved so much cutting and gluing. Especially for some students with less than fantastic cutting and folding skills, getting the notebook activity ready could take longer than the actual instruction! I wanted something academically relevant and rigorous but easy to cut, fold, and glue. That is what inspired this series…Interactive Mini Books!
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