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Applet contains a modifiable quadrilateral that always remains a rectangle. Its purpose is to serve as a basic template for students to use to discover properties unique to a rectangle. Questions for student discovery are included.

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#WALI heavy-duty aluminum rectangle no trespassing sign, legend "NO TRESPASSING - THIS PROPERTY IS PROTECTED BY VIDEO SURVEILLANCE TRESPASSERS WILL BE PROSECUTED...

Joys of an Alley system to eliminate drives and tarmacs on your property. Much more green space to enjoy on a small parcel of land. Modern English – EPTDESIGN

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from Teachers Pay Teachers

Quadrilaterals Card Sort

Sorting Activity for Quadrilaterals - combines properties of parallelograms, rhombi, rectangles, squares, and trapezoids (& their diagonals) - mix of diagrams, phrases, measurements and more

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A song for children about 2D shapes. Learn the properties of 2D shapes with this fun song. Featuring a triangle, square, rectangle, circle, rhombus and many other 2d shapes. 2D shape pictures are from http://www.classroomfreebiestoo.com/ For more information visit my facebook page https://www.facebook.com/RockingDanTeachingMan or blog http://rockingdan.blogspot.com.au/

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Types of QuadrilateralsBack to Top There are different types of quadrilaterals based on their properties. The names of quadrilaterals are as follows: Parallelogram, Rectangle,Rhombus, Square Trapezium, These are some of the special quadrilaterals.

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from Green Vision

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The purple snail. The spiraling mathematical properties of its shell provides an amazing example of the Golden Rectangle based on the Fibonacci Sequence.

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Here is a flap book that shows the main types of polygons. It has descriptions of each shape under the flaps. Easy activity for children to learn the shapes. -Steve Petersen

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