Are you covering core standard 5.G.B.3 or 5.G.B.4?
This poster & handout will help you cover these core standards during Geometry:
Classify two-dimensional figures in a hierarchy based on properties.
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.
This large poster is a great way to decorate any 4th, 5th, or 6th grade classroom! It’s nicely sized for a bulletin board and will fit on a poster board or anchor chart as well!
If you don’t have enough wall space, it also includes a single-page handout version of the Quadrilateral Family Tree.
There are multiple versions of this poster & handout included:
- Fully labeled with names, congruent sides, and angles
- Names Only
- Angles and Congruent Sides
- Completely blank
Before you download…
I have two other complimentary products that will help you cover 5.G.B.3 and 5.G.B.4:
- Quadrilateral Hierarchy Family Tree Interactive Notebook Insert
- Properties of Quadrilaterals MATHO (Bingo Game)
Save some money and buy all three at once in the 5.G.B.3 & 5.G.B.4 bundle!
Check out Astrobrights color paper if you want your poster to look exactly like mine:
Quadrilateral Hierarchy Poster, Bulletin Board, & Anchor Chart 5.G.B.3 & 5.G.B.4
This Quadrilateral Hierarchy Poster is available for download in two places:
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