This chart compared six types of quadrilaterals with nine different properties. Students must mark each box as a Y if the property applies to the quadrilateral, and a N if it does not apply. When the activity is reviewed as a class, they can color the Y's green and the N's red.
Once the boxes have been colored, students can discuss any patterns they see with the quadrilaterals. For example, if the property applies to a rectangle, rhombus, and square, then it will also apply to all parallelograms.
This activity was helpful because my students were getting the properties confused for different quadrilaterals. They can start to visually see the similarities and differences of each quadrilateral.