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Examples, solutions, and videos to help Grade 4 students learn how to classify quadrilaterals based on parallel and perpendicular lines and the presence or absence of angles of a specified size.

Common Core Standards: 4.MD.7

NYS Math Module 4 Grade 4 Lesson 15 Fluency Practice

Classify the Triangle

Find the Unknown Angle

NYS Math Module 4 Grade 4 Lesson 15 Problem Set

Construct the figures with the given attributes. Name the shape you created. Be as specific as possible. Use extra blank paper as needed.

- Construct quadrilaterals with at least one set of parallel sides.
- Construct a quadrilateral with two sets of parallel sides.
- Construct a parallelogram with four right angles.
- Construct a rectangle with all sides the same length.
- Use the word bank to name each shape, being as specific as possible.
- Explain the attribute that makes a square a special rectangle.
- Explain the attribute that makes a rectangle a special parallelogram.
- Explain the attribute that makes a parallelogram a special trapezoid.

NYS Math Module 4 Grade 4 Lesson 15 Homework

- Use the word bank to name each shape, being as specific as possible.
- Explain the attribute that makes a square a special rectangle.
- Explain the attribute that makes a rectangle a special parallelogram.
- Explain the attribute that makes a parallelogram a special trapezoid.
- Construct the following figures based on the given attributes. Give a name to each figure you construct. Be as specific as possible.

a. A quadrilateral with four sides the same length and four right angles.

b. A quadrilateral with two sets of parallel sides.

c. A trapezoid with only one set of parallel sides.

d. A parallelogram with four right angles.

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