 # Identify Parallel Lines

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Examples, solutions, and videos to help Grade 4 students learn how to identify, define, and draw parallel lines.

Common Core Standards: 4.G.1

### New York State Common Core Math Grade 4, Module 4, Lesson 4

The following diagram shows a worksheet to identify parallel lines in given figures. Scroll down the page for more examples of parallel lines. NYS Math Module 4 Grade 4 Lesson 4 Problem Set

4. Determine which of the following figures have lines that are parallel by using a straightedge and the right angle template that you created. Circle the letter of the shapes that have at least one pair of parallel lines. Mark each pair of parallel lines with arrows and then identify the parallel lines with a statement modeled after the one in 4(a).

NYS Math Module 4 Grade 4 Lesson 4 Concept Development

Problem 1: Define and identify parallel lines. Two lines that never touch no matter how far you extend them are parallel.
Problem 3: Represent parallel lines with symbols.

NYS Math Module 4 Grade 4 Lesson 4 Homework

5. True or false? All shapes with a right angle have sides that are parallel. Explain your thinking.
7. Draw a line using your straightedge. Now use your right angle template and straightedge to construct a line parallel to the first line you drew. NYS Math Module 4 Grade 4 Lesson 4 Homework

1. On each object, trace at least one pair of lines that appear to be parallel.
2. How do you know if two lines are parallel?
3. In the square and triangular grids below, use the given segments in each grid to draw a line that is parallel using a straightedge.
4. Determine which of the following figures have lines that are parallel by using a straightedge and the right angle template that you created. Circle the letter of the shapes that have at least one pair of parallel lines. Mark each pair of parallel lines with arrows and then identify the parallel lines with a statement modeled after the one in 4(a).
5. True or false? All shapes with a right angle have sides that are parallel. Explain your thinking.
6. Explain why AB and CD are parallel but EF and GH are not.
7. Draw a line using your straightedge. Now use your right angle template and straightedge to construct a line parallel to the first line you drew.

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