If you need to teach your students the differences between quadrilateral's here is an awesome game that they probably already know how to play. Most students have used isomerticdot paper (click here) to play squares (The game where you draw lines till one person forms a square and then label it their square). Why not use the same concept to play quadrilateral's?

The point of the game is to continue to connect dots with lines until a quadrilateral is formed, see below. After a quadrilateral is formed have the students label it and they get the points. Whoever has the most shapes at the end wins

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## 7 comments:

Thanks You , This site really helped me with my maths homework !! And the game idea is amazing :)

I tried this game with my mum and beat her , YES ! haha Thank you

Go You! Keep rocking in academics.

Great stuff. Thanks!

Thanks Eric

Its decent... I guess. I have a project thats due tomorrow and it didnt even give me the easiest things!!!

Thanks for the feedback. I've started revising the game with more directions and more shapes, but what type of "easiest things" were you looking for?

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