Are you covering 5th Grade Math Core Standard 5.G.B.3 or 5.G.B.4?

This cute handout & interactive notebook insert will help you cover those core standards!

This cute quadrilateral family tree interactive notebook insert is perfect for covering core standards 5.G.B.3 & 5.G.B.4.  Covering Geometry in 4th or 5th grade Math?  This handout could be very helpful to you!

It can be difficult to find fun and engaging ways to cover these geometry core standards.

Maybe geometry isn’t your thing – you want to make sure to cover what the core standard requires without boring your class to death!

This cute quadrilateral family tree interactive notebook insert is perfect for covering core standards 5.G.B.3 & 5.G.B.4.  Covering Geometry in 4th or 5th grade Math?  This handout could be very helpful to you!

The image comes in two sizes – a full page handout and a smaller version that fits perfectly into a composition notebook!

This cute quadrilateral family tree interactive notebook insert is perfect for covering core standards 5.G.B.3 & 5.G.B.4.  Covering Geometry in 4th or 5th grade Math?  This handout could be very helpful to you!

There are several options for each image:

This cute quadrilateral family tree interactive notebook insert is perfect for covering core standards 5.G.B.3 & 5.G.B.4.  Covering Geometry in 4th or 5th grade Math?  This handout could be very helpful to you!

You can use the completely blank version if you want your class to fill in the details of each two-dimensional figure, or you can use the complete version as a handy reference tool and visual demonstration. Or something in-between depending on your class’ level of competency!

This cute quadrilateral family tree interactive notebook insert is perfect for covering core standards 5.G.B.3 & 5.G.B.4.  Covering Geometry in 4th or 5th grade Math?  This handout could be very helpful to you!

5th Grade Common Core Geometry Standards:

5.G.B.3:

“Understand that attributes belonging to a category of two-dimensional figures also belong to all subcategories of that category. For example, all rectangles have four right angles and squares are rectangles, so all squares have four right angles.”

5.G.B.4:

“Classify two-dimensional figures in a hierarchy based on properties.”

This cute quadrilateral family tree interactive notebook insert is perfect for covering core standards 5.G.B.3 & 5.G.B.4.  Covering Geometry in 4th or 5th grade Math?  This handout could be very helpful to you!

This Quadrilateral Hierarchy handout is available for download in two places:

  1. My Math Resources on Teachers Pay Teachers
  2. Right here on mymathresources.com

Both downloads are identical in every way. If you download this handout directly from me, your purchase goes much further toward supporting My Math Resources! Either way, your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed – by downloading directly from MyMathResources, you’re giving me the maximum amount of support!

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