This is a two page set of fill in the blank notes (with answer keys). The first page is a chart of quadrilaterals with space to draw examples and list the description, or attributes, or each quadrilateral. Quadrilaterals included are: parallelogram, rectangle, rhombus, square, trapezoid. The document is editable, so you can add or remove polygons as needed to suit your curriculum.
The second page is a diagram of the quadrilateral hierarchy (quadrilateral tree), where the students must fill in the names of each quadrilateral.
These notes sheets can be printed as a two-sided notes sheet for the students. Can be used as a discovery activity with actual shapes, as a review activity, a graphic organizer, or anchor chart. You can even give struggling learners a copy of the charts already filled in by utilizing the answer key that is provided.
Another use could be to print the two pages separately and have the students cut out the chart and the hierarchy and glue them into their interactive notebooks.
This resource is aligned to the grade 5 math Common Core Geometry standards, but can be adapted for lower or higher grade levels.
Check out my Introduction to Geometry Quiz
that assesses the topics in this lesson!