This is a fun, kinesthetic learning activity. Students are asked to cut out quadrilaterals and sort them onto a chart based on their attributes. Each shape is only allowed to have a pre-mentioned specified number of shapes. As students begin moving around the shapes, they begin to realize how some of them fit in multiple areas. They must use trial and error and their problem-solving skills to figure out the perfect combination of shapes under each quadrilateral. Students will begin to notice that there are many different answers to the puzzle. The standard is for 3rd grade, but it can be used for an extension activity in 2nd grade or an intervention or pretest lesson for a 4th grader. The activity works best if you enlarge the chart to 11x17 so the shapes fit nicely.