# Classifying Quadrilaterals Sort - Differentiated

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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 actually look.

Version B- Many of the figures are not drawn to scale. Information is given on the figures and has to be interpreted and may contradict how the figures look. Students will also need to use the theorems and postulates to prove quadrilaterals congruent.

Version C - All figures are drawn as squares. Information about how to classify the figure must be interpreted based on markings on the figure. In this sort all information is given using markings, no numbers are used.

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