If you’re a 5th grade math teacher looking for engaging activities to help your students understand a hierarchy of quadrilaterals and triangles, these Google Slides have you covered! With interactive moveable pieces and a variety of models, your students will improve their understanding of geometry.
Classifying two-dimensional figures in a hierarchy can be a challenging concept for some students, but with these visual activities, it can be mastered. This collection of geometry activities allows students multiple practice opportunities.
➡️ These activities refer to the following definitions:
A square is a special type of rectangle
- Rectangles are sometimes squares.
- Squares are always rectangles.
A trapezoid has ONLY ONE pair of parallel sides
✅ WHAT’S INCLUDED:
- 12 easy-to-use Google Slides
- A variety of hierarchy models
- Engaging moveable pieces on each slide
- Answer key
If you’re looking for a comprehensive and engaging resource to help your 5th grade students master a challenging skill, these hierarchy activities are a great choice. With these no-prep Google Slides, your students will strengthen their geometry skills in no time!
THIS RESOURCE SUPPORTS THE FOLLOWING TEKS:
TEKS 5.5 – The student is expected to classify two-dimensional figures in a hierarchy of sets and subsets using graphic organizers based on their attributes and properties.
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