This is Set 2 of my “Polly Wants a Polygon” Task Cards, featuring a fun and colorful pirate theme. The 32 cards focus on classifying quadrilaterals both by their angles and their lines. There is an emphasis not only on recognizing the specific quadrilateral, but also on recognizing which other categories of quadrilaterals it belongs in.
You can use these cards in a variety of ways, from a whole-class “Scoot” game, math centers, small group practice, or enrichment for early finishers.
This set may be combined with my other two sets of “Polly Wants a Polygon” Task Cards: Set 1, which is classifying triangles, and Set 3, which is mixed polygons and symmetry. By mixing and matching between the sets, you can create a variety of practice opportunities for your students.
Download my preview file to see what’s included.
Other “Polly Wants a Polygon” Task Cards:
"Polly Wants a Polygon" Geometry Task Cards Set 1: Classifying Triangles
"Polly Wants a Polygon" Geometry Task Cards Set 3: Mixed Polygons and Symmetry
"Polly Wants a Polygon" Geometry Task Card Bundle
Other Pirate Polygon Resources:
"Polly Wants a Polygon" Geometry SmartBoard File and Printables
(A great way to teach the concepts covered in the Task Cards!)
Jungle Geometry Resources:
Jungle Geometry Vocabulary Cards for Polygons
Jungle Geometry Vocabulary Cards for Lines and Angles
Jungle Geometry Task Cards for Lines and Angles
Thanks for checking out my file!
Cathy, aka Downeast Teach