This is a card matching game for quadrilaterals. When photocopied front and back, the cards will line up. Page 1 pairs with page 3, 2 with page 4, and 5 and 6 go together (with two blanks in case you want to add to it)
When you cut the cards out, there are 8 per page. I generally print them on card stock and laminate them before cutting. There are 18 cards in a set. Students should start with the cards that have the description and image side up, and when they match them they can flip it over to see the term.
I use this as an introduction to the unit as most of my high school kids know these terms already. It is a great way to recall prior knowledge. However, it can also be used at the end of the unit for elementary school students who have just learned the terms.
Tip: print each set on different colors or number the sets before laminating. This way you can keep track of the sets!