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Quadrilaterals always sometimes never Thank you for purchasing this product! This resource is intended for use by a single teacher. If you would like to share it, you can download an additional license for 50% off. Visit your “My Purchases” page to do this. Permission is granted to copy pages for use within your own classroom or for your students. Placing any part of this product online in any form is a violation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. Please rate and review this product by returning to my store. While you are there, check out the other math resources I have created. Thanks! All images are created by Math Giraffe or are in the public domain. © Copyright 2014 Math Giraffe store pinterest blog note to teacher Two different versions of this activity are included. The first is a worksheet format – Print one sheet per student. Students determine whether each statement is “always true,” “sometimes true,” or “never true” and color the circle containing the statement accordingly. When they are finished, you can quickly check for accuracy by looking at the pattern in the colors. The second is a cut-out sorting activity – Print one set of cards and one sorting mat per student, pair, group, or learning station. This works great as partner work or as a learning center. You can laminate the cards and mats to re-use each year if you wish. They look great printed on colored cardstock. Students can pick up cards individually or take turns, and then set the card in the appropriate category on the mat (“always true,” “sometimes true,” or “never true”). A rectangle has two pairs of parallel sides. A quadrilateral has five congruent sides. The area of a square is less than the area of a rectangle. A rectangle has angle measures 85˚, 95˚, 85˚, and 95˚ A quadrilateral is a rhombus. A quadrilateral has four sides and four vertices. Sides opposite one another in a parallelogram are parallel. A rectangle is also a square. No two sides in a parallelogram are congruent. A quadrilateral with two pairs of congruent parallel sides is a rectangle. A parallelogram has two pairs of congruent sides. The sides of a parallelogram form four right angles. The angles in a trapezoid are all obtuse angles. A pair of angles opposite one another in a rectangle are not congruent. The sum of angle measures in a rhombus is greater than the sum of the side lengths. A trapezoid is a quadrilateral. An angle measure in a parallelogram is greater than an angle measure in a trapezoid. A rectangle contains an acute angle. A parallelogram has two obtuse angles. All four sides of a rhombus are congruent. The sum of interior angles of a quadrilateral is 360 degrees. A rectangle is congruent to a square. A square is not a parallelogram. A quadrilateral has two pairs of congruent sides. A parallelogram with four right angles is a rectangle. A parallelogram has two acute angles, one obtuse angle, and one right angle. A trapezoid has two pairs of congruent angles. A rectangle is a parallelogram and a quadrilateral. A quadrilateral has right angles. A square is a quadrilateral. © Copyright 2014 Math Giraffe A quadrilateral with two pairs of congruent parallel sides is a parallelogram. A rhombus has side lengths 3, 5, 3, and 5. A parallelogram has side lengths 2, 4, 4, and 6. Name: _________________ A rectangle has all four sides congruent. Always, Sometimes, Never: Quadrilaterals A parallelogram is a rhombus. A square has four right angles and two pairs of parallel sides. A rectangle has two pairs of parallel sides. A quadrilateral has five congruent sides. The area of a square is less than the area of a rectangle. A rectangle has angle measures 85˚, 95˚, 85˚, and 95˚ A quadrilateral is a rhombus. A quadrilateral has four sides and four vertices. Sides opposite one another in a parallelogram are parallel. A rectangle is also a square. No two sides in a parallelogram are congruent. A quadrilateral with two pairs of congruent parallel sides is a rectangle. A parallelogram has two pairs of congruent sides. The sides of a parallelogram form four right angles. The angles in a trapezoid are all obtuse angles. A pair of angles opposite one another in a rectangle are not congruent. The sum of angle measures in a rhombus is greater than the sum of the side lengths. A trapezoid is a quadrilateral. An angle measure in a parallelogram is greater than an angle measure in a trapezoid. A rectangle contains an acute angle. A parallelogram has two obtuse angles. All four sides of a rhombus are congruent. The sum of interior angles of a quadrilateral is 360 degrees. A rectangle is congruent to a square. A square is not a parallelogram. A quadrilateral has two pairs of congruent sides. A parallelogram with four right angles is a rectangle. A parallelogram has two acute angles, one obtuse angle, and one right angle. A trapezoid has two pairs of congruent angles. A rectangle is a parallelogram and a quadrilateral. A quadrilateral has right angles. A square is a quadrilateral. © Copyright 2014 Math Giraffe A quadrilateral with two pairs of congruent parallel sides is a parallelogram. A rhombus has side lengths 3, 5, 3, and 5. A parallelogram has side lengths 2, 4, 4, and 6. Name: _________________ A rectangle has all four sides congruent. Always, Sometimes, Never: Quadrilaterals A parallelogram is a rhombus. A square has four right angles and two pairs of parallel sides. Always, Sometimes, Never: Quadrilaterals A parallelogram is a rhombus. A square has four right angles and two pairs of parallel sides. A rectangle has all four sides congruent. A parallelogram has side lengths 2, 4, 4, and 6. A quadrilateral with two pairs of congruent parallel sides is a parallelogram. The area of a square is less than the area of a rectangle. A rectangle has angle measures 85˚, 95˚, 85˚, and 95˚ A quadrilateral is a rhombus. A rectangle is also a square. No two sides in a parallelogram are congruent. A quadrilateral with two pairs of congruent parallel sides is a rectangle. A parallelogram has two pairs of congruent sides. © Copyright 2014 Math Giraffe Sorting Cards Page 1 (Cut along solid lines) Always, Sometimes, Never: Quadrilaterals A pair of angles opposite one another in a rectangle are not congruent. The sum of angle measures in a rhombus is greater than the sum of the side lengths. A trapezoid is a quadrilateral. An angle measure in a parallelogram is greater than an angle measure in a trapezoid. All four sides of a rhombus are congruent. The sum of interior angles of a quadrilateral is 360 degrees. A rectangle is congruent to a square. A square is not a parallelogram. A square is a quadrilateral. A parallelogram has two acute angles, one obtuse angle, and one right angle. A trapezoid has two pairs of congruent angles. A rhombus has side lengths 3, 5, 3, and 5. © Copyright 2014 Math Giraffe Sorting Cards Page 2 (Cut along solid lines) Always, Sometimes, Never: Quadrilaterals A rectangle has two pairs of parallel sides. A quadrilateral has five congruent sides. A rectangle contains an acute angle. A parallelogram has two obtuse angles. A quadrilateral has four sides and four vertices. Sides opposite one another in a parallelogram are parallel. A quadrilateral has two pairs of congruent sides. A parallelogram with four right angles is a rectangle. The sides of a parallelogram form four right angles. The angles in a trapezoid are all obtuse angles. A rectangle is a parallelogram and a quadrilateral. A quadrilateral has right angles. © Copyright 2014 Math Giraffe Sorting Cards Page 3 (Cut along solid lines) Never True Sometimes True Always True Sorting Mat © Copyright 2014 Math Giraffe Never True Sometimes True Always True Sorting Mat © Copyright 2014 Math Giraffe you may also like… More “Always, Sometimes, Never” Activities are available too!