I was trying to find a way to help my kids take notes on classifying quadrilaterals using their attributes, so I came up with this! It is two pages because you have to print them front and back. It lists the types with a picture. Then, the kids fold on the solid lines on the front into the solid line on the back (which will serve as the middle of the inside), cut on the dotted lines, flip up one at a time and write characteristics under the flaps! You can always just print page 1 and allow kids to draw a line in the middle if they need to or just don't put a line if they don't, but I thought this way was easier for my kids this year. I could see this being used in like 2nd grade, 3rd grade, and 4th grade mostly, but other grades can definitely use as well, especially if kiddos just don't grasp these shapes! Enjoy!