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# Who Wouldn’T Want To Be A Quadrilateral

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• ### Who Wouldn’T Want To Be A Quadrilateral

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