Quadrilaterals Activity

Quadrilaterals Activity
Quadrilaterals Activity
Quadrilaterals Activity
Quadrilaterals Activity
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This card sort activity has students categorize 24 statements about different types of quadrilaterals ( Kites, Parallelograms, Trapezoids, Rectangles, Rhombi, and Squares ) as “Always True”, “Sometimes True”, and “Never True”.

Statements 1-12 deal with comparing the different types of quadrilaterals. Some example statements are:
• A square is a rectangle. (Always True)
• A rhombus is a square. (Sometimes True)
• A trapezoid is a kite. (Never True)

Statements 13-24 deal with the theorems pertaining to the different quadrilaterals. Some example statements are:
• A parallelogram with at least one right angle is a rectangle. (Always True)
• A quadrilateral with perpendicular diagonals is a kite. (Sometimes True)
• An isosceles trapezoid has perpendicular diagonals. (Never True)

This activity is intended for a High School Geometry classroom. However, it could be used with a lower grade if only statements 1-12 were used.

Please view the preview for a picture of the completed activity with all 24 statements shown.

Each statement has a corresponding number which makes for easy teacher checking by just matching the numbers. Answer key is included.

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