In this NO-PREP activity, students will move around the room to practice classifying triangles and quadrilaterals. This is READY TO PRINT and will KEEP STUDENTS ENGAGED while working on their geometry skills!
In this activity, students will classify triangles and quadrilaterals. SEE THE PREVIEW TO SEE ALL OF THE PROBLEMS INCLUDED. There are 12 stations.
- classifying triangles by sides (equilateral, scalene, isosceles)
- classifying triangles by angles (equiangular, right, obtuse, acute)
- properties of parallelograms, rhombi, trapezoids, squares, etc.
This activity is not intended for high school geometry. For a high school review, see my Quadrilaterals Stations Maze. Download the preview and look at the thumbnails to make sure these problems are appropriate for your students.
This activity can be completed individually or in pairs. A student answer sheet is included. Two versions of the maze are included: color and black and white. The differences are shown in the thumbnails.
Stations mazes are great because they get students up and moving around the room. They also encourage students to check their work carefully since an incorrect answer will eventually send them back to a problem they have already solved. Successfully completing the maze requires students to slow down and check their work.
This is also part of my 4th Grade Geometry Activity Bundle.
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