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Who Wouldn’T Want To Be A Quadrilateral

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A lesson on the different forms that a quadrilateral can take.

A lesson on the different forms that a quadrilateral can take.

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  • Who Wouldn’t Want to be a Quadrilateral? Exploring the world of Quadrilaterals Erin McHorney
  • What is a Quadrilateral?
    • A quadrilateral is any closed shape with 4 sides.
  • A Parallelogram
    • Both pairs of opposite sides parallel
  • A Trapezoid
    • Only one pair of opposite sides parallel
    Parallel side Parallel side
  • A Rhombus
    • A parallelogram with 4 equal sides
  • A Kite
    • 2 pairs of adjacent sides equal in length
  • A rectangle
    • A parallelogram with opposite sides equal in length, and four right angles.
    Parallel and Equal in length Parallel and Equal in length Parallel and Equal in length Parallel and Equal in length
  • A Square
    • A parallelogram with four equal sides and four right angles.
  • Being a Quadrilateral is Fun
    • I love being a quadrilateral because I can change myself into so many different shapes just by changing my sides.
    • Can you remember the important things I told you about each shape: Parallelogram, Trapezoid, Rhombus, Kite, Rectangle, and Square?