I created this product for two purposes. First, to review graphing (tally charts, bar graphs, and picture graphs) and analyzing data. Second, to introduce students to atypical polygons. Often, students have a concrete picture of what a triangle SHOULD look like, what a quadrilateral SHOULD look like, etc. This activity has students thinking flexibly, and relying on their understanding of defining features of polygons instead of an exemplar picture in their head to determine what kind of polygon the shape is.