Properties of Quadrilaterals MATHO- Math Bingo Game - 5.G.B.3 and 5.G.B.4

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Amy Harrison
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What a fun and engaging game! My students got so competitive during the game and excited to yell 'MATHO!'.
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Keep your students on their toes while they review properties of quadrilaterals with this whole class activity. This 24 question MATHO game is an excellent way to include every student while practicing classifying quadrilaterals.

There are 40 unique bingo cards provided *just in case* but only print the number that you need. Get students organized and keep them accountable with one of the included worksheet options.

This activity is easy to prep. Just print both the bingo cards and the calling cards on cardstock, laminate, and store. Then you can use them every class period, every year!

There are several worksheet options included that are one sided, two sided, blank, or have problems written. This allows you flexibility if your class (or certain students) need more room to write. Use a blank table to help keep students organized, or a table with the questions if they need more support.

Choose the calling cards you want to use:

  1. Just the questions
  2. Numbered with the questions
  3. Numbered with the questions and answers

Answer Key is Included!

*Small Squares Included for Markers -- OR USE YOUR OWN!*

Answers Included:

  • 360 degrees
  • 4 congruent sides
  • 4 right angles
  • 90 degrees
  • angles
  • congruent
  • edges
  • four
  • irregular
  • isosceles trapezoid
  • kite
  • parallel
  • parallelogram
  • polygon
  • quadrilateral
  • rectangle
  • regular
  • rhombus
  • right angle
  • sides
  • square
  • trapezoid
  • vertices
  • zero
Total Pages
61 pages
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Teaching Duration
50 minutes
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Understand that attributes belonging to a category of two-dimensional figures also belong to all subcategories of that category. For example, all rectangles have four right angles and squares are rectangles, so all squares have four right angles.
Classify two-dimensional figures in a hierarchy based on properties.


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