These activity sheets will introduce your beginning geometry students to the different types of quadrilaterals.

#### How do you identify quadrilaterals? Quadrilaterals are the polygons that feature four sides, such as square and rectangle. The quadrilaterals also feature four angles, all having a sum of 360 degrees. There are different types of quadrilaterals; below, we have each type briefly. Parallelogram - A parallelogram is a quadrilateral that has two parallel opposites sides. These two parallel sides are corresponding to each other. Parallelograms are further divided into three types, mainly, square, rectangle, and rhombus. A square is a parallelogram that features four right angles and two pairs of parallel sides. All the sides of a square are congruent. A rectangle is s type of parallelogram that features four sides. Unlike a square, a rectangle only has two pairs of parallel and congruent sides. A rectangle has all angles as right angles. A rhombus is a type of parallelogram that features pairs of congruent angles and four congruent sides. Unlike square and rectangle, rhombus typically doesn't have any right angle. Kite - A kite is a type of quadrilateral that features adjacent congruent sides. One distinct feature of the kite is it's diagonal. One diagonal of the kite bisects the other diagonal. Trapezoid - A trapezoid is the type of quadrilateral that features one pair of parallel sides. It is further divided into an isosceles trapezoid, which has its non-parallel sides in congruence.

A quadrilateral is a four-sided polygon. There are considered to be seven unique types. A kite follows the shape of tooth with a deep root that comes to a point and the top is a roughly a quarter of the length of the root. Isosceles trapezoids have a parallel side and the nonparallel sides that normally position inward are congruent. The parallelogram has two sides that are parallel. Rectangles have four right angles. Rectangles should not be confused with squares that not only have four right angles, but four congruent sides as well. A rhombus is a both a kite and parallelogram with four congruent sides. We end off with trapezoids that have exactly one pair of parallel sides. These worksheets explain how to identify and draw quadrilaterals. Your beginning geometry students will use these worksheets to learn the differences between these various shapes.

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Students will learn how to identify all of these types of shapes. Ten problems are provided.

## Problem Practice

Students will name each quadrilaterals. Ten problems are provided.

Students will draw all the figures that are indicated. Ten problems are provided.

## Drawing Shapes Practice

Students will draw each of the given figures. Ten practice problems are provided.

## Drawing Drill

Ten shapes are described. Students will draw them.

## Classic Lesson

This worksheet explains how to identify and draw quadrilaterals. A sample problem is solved, and two practice problems are provided.

## Student Worksheet

Students will identify and draw as many as you think. Ten problems are provided.

## Last Set of Practice

Given a either a figure or a name, students will identify and draw quadrilaterals. Ten problems are provided.

## Review Worksheets

Students review how to identify and draw quadrilaterals. A sample problem is solved.

## Practice the Skill

Students are given six images or names. For each, they will either identify and draw quadrilaterals.

## Topic Quiz

Students will demonstrate their proficiency in identifying and drawing quadrilaterals. Ten problems are provided.

## Section Check

Students will identify and draw quadrilaterals. Three problems are provided, and space is included for students to copy the correct answer when given.