Classifying Quadrilaterals

A set of activity sheets and presentation/lesson for KS3 students to cover the properties of quadrilaterals. Explains line / rotational symmetry, and how/why we mark equal angles, equal and parallel sides. The plenary works as a 'mystery' and checks learning of students by getting them to ask questions that distinguish two shapes from each other.

Last updated 03 February 2015, created 16 February 2012
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  • 4

    saved me so much time, thank you. Thanks also to hlhb33 for pointing out the rhombus bit!

  • 2

    :( Some really basic mistakes which would be very confusing for the children!
    "A rhombus is a special parallelogram where all of the sides and angles are the same length"

    No, a rhombus does not have four equal angles, only two pairs of equal angles, (except the special case; square) and angles are not described by 'length'!

  • 5

    Thankyou - using it for my year 8s and it is perfect for them!

  • 5

    Thankyou - using it for my year 8s and it is perfect for them!

  • 5

    Thank you so much. Exactly what I needed for a homework task.

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