Quadrilaterals - Geometry Digital Notebook for Google Slides™

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Two Boys and a Dad Productions
Grade Levels
3rd - 5th
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Are you looking for engaging practice for students to learn and practice quadrilaterals? Then have your students practice with quadrilaterals on this digital geometry notebook for Google Slides®. Students apply what they learn about the square, rectangle, parallelogram, rhombus, kite, and trapezoid to complete tasks. Teachers can use this Google Slides® resource to complement their geometry lessons.

The interactive digital notebook is divided into three sections: Introduction to Quadrilaterals, Explore Quadrilaterals and Practice with Quadrilaterals. Each section has many tasks and a newly added open-ended math routine to engage students with the geometry content.


  • Assign the Google Slides® file to students via email or Google Classroom®
  • Students review the two TECH TIP slides explaining how to use the Google Slides® Draw Tools for lines and shapes.
  • Students read the INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE, and the slide SPEAKER NOTES that support understanding of how to complete each task.
  • ·The students interact on the slides with the tasks by entering text or using the Google Slides®' draw tools.
  • Students watch an embedded VIDEO that reinforces and explains the attributes of the different quadrilaterals. Students have complete control over the video, allowing them to pause, rewind, and watch it as many times as needed.
  • On the video slide, additional links to another video and website provide more support and reinforcement for the content if needed.
  • At the beginning of each section, students engage in one of the following open-ended math routines that have a low floor-high ceiling design
    • Notice and Wonder
    • Would You Rather
    • Which One Doesn't Belong

  • In the section Introduction to Quadrilaterals, students work on slides to
    • learn the attributes of quadrilaterals
    • identify quadrilaterals
    • learn vocabulary pertinent to quadrilaterals

  • In the section Explore Quadrilaterals, students work on slides to
    • Identify the attributes of each of the following quadrilaterals (one slide for each)
      • parallelogram, rectangle, rhombus, square, kite, and trapezoid.

  • In the section Practice with Quadrilaterals, students work on slides to
    • Classifying quadrilaterals by more than one name
    • decide whether a shape is a quadrilateral or not and explain why
    • answer quadrilateral riddles
    • decide if a shape is a quadrilateral or not
    • find quadrilaterals in images
    • design a scene with the draw tools that incorporate quadrilaterals
    • In the last slide, students must DECIDE AND DEFEND which reasoning by 2 students they agree with and then defend the argument.


  • The INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE slide has detailed directions on working with the Interactive Digital Notebook.
  • All the slides provide instructions, while the SPEAKER NOTES section of each slide provides more detailed instructions.
  • In addition to the SPEAKER NOTES, the VIDEO SLIDE has another WEBSITE and VIDEO link to further support student understanding of quadrilaterals and their attributes. These are kid-friendly, trusted, and reliable websites and videos.
  • To view the videos, access to YouTube is necessary. However, students view the video through video.link for a kid-friendly viewing of YouTube videos (removes comments, related videos, etc.). If you do not have access to YouTube, I offer an alternate link to share with students. The alternate link hosts the video on a separate site (not YouTube).


  • The PDF ReadMe File includes instructions and information on
    • making a copy of the Google Slides® file to your Google Drive®
    • accessing additional resources from the Google Drive™ Resource Folder
    • assigning the file in Google Classroom® (with a video link on how to set up Google Classroom®)
    • using Google Classroom®
    • using Google Slides®
    • how to use an Interactive Digital Notebook
    • how to use the digital notebook to promote Productive Struggle
    • a list with the content and tasks on each slide
    • the Answer Key
    • a printable scoring guide to grade the work
    • support tips for English Language Learners using Google Slides™
    • support tips for Students with Disabilities using Google Slides™
    • Parent Support Page on how to use a Google Slides™ Resource


  • A PDF ReadMe File that has
    • a link for the digital notebook on Google Slides®
    • a link to a Google Drive™ Resource Folder containing
    • a PDF file of each slide for reference
    • a PDF Printable file of the Speaker Notes for reference
    • a PDF file called Instructions on how to move Google Slides® to other platforms (NearPod®, SeeSaw®, etc.)


⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Megan P. says, "This resource was perfect for my students to practice classifying quadrilaterals. It offered excellent examples and had questions that made students think about all of the different attributes of quadrilaterals."

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Ellen B. says, "I had my students do this during math intervention time for extra practice. They really liked getting to use their computers to practice!"

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Joann D. says, "Well done, keeps the students engaged while learning!"

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Total Pages
28 Slides
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
1 Week
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Understand that shapes in different categories (e.g., rhombuses, rectangles, and others) may share attributes (e.g., having four sides), and that the shared attributes can define a larger category (e.g., quadrilaterals). Recognize rhombuses, rectangles, and squares as examples of quadrilaterals, and draw examples of quadrilaterals that do not belong to any of these subcategories.


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