Name _____________________________________________________________ Grade 5 PROBLEM OF THE WEEK (5.M.G.04 I can classify 2D figures in a hierarchy.) Read the problem and Underline the Question Boston loved learning about shapes. One day, while he was on Spring break he was looking up all different facts about two-dimensional shapes. He found this chart on the internet. POLYGON QUADRILATERAL O M BU S CT AN RH GL E P RE A TR PARALLELOGRAM D OI EZ SQUARE E GL N IA TR Based on the chart that Boston found online, he made some conclusions. Use the diagram to help fill in the blanks about 2-dimensional shapes. A trapezoid is a quadrilateral, but not a _________________________. A square is a ______________________ and a ____________________. A ______________, ________________, and _____________________ are all parallelograms. A rectangle is a _________________, but not a rhombus. Can you come up with two of your own conclusions based on the chart? 1)________________________________________________________________ 2)________________________________________________________________ Part 2: Construct a tree diagram or your own chart to illustrate the hierarchy of two dimensional shapes. Use the shapes given in the chart, and ADD MORE IF YOU KNOW MORE! __________________________________________________________________ Justify Your Answer and Explain how you got there. Name ANSWER KEY Grade 5 PROBLEM OF THE WEEK-ANSWER KEY (5.M.G.04 I can classify 2D figures in a hierarchy.) Read the problem and Underline the Question Boston loved learning about shapes. One day, while he was on Spring break he was looking up all different facts about two-dimensional shapes. He found this chart on the internet. POLYGON QUADRILATERAL PARALLELOGRAM ID ZO O M BU S CT AN RH GL E PE RE A TR SQUARE E GL N IA TR Based on the chart that Boston found online, he made some conclusions. Use the diagram to help fill in the blanks about 2-dimensional shapes. A trapezoid is a quadrilateral, but not a PARALLELOGRAM. A square is a RHOMBUS and a RECTANGLE. A RHOMBUS, RECTANGLE, and SQUARE are all parallelograms. A rectangle is a SQUARE, but not a rhombus. Can you come up with two of your own conclusions based on the chart? 1) Student answers may vary. Example: Not all quadrilaterals all parallelograms. 2) Student answers may vary. Example: Not all polygons are quadrilaterals. Part 2: Construct a tree diagram or your own chart to illustrate the hierarchy of two dimensional shapes. Use the shapes given in the chart, and ADD MORE IF YOU KNOW MORE! Possible chart/diagram... POLYGON QUADRILATERAL PARALLELOGRAM RHOMBUS TRIANGLE TRAPEZOID RECTANGLE SQUARE __________________________________________________________________ Justify Your Answer and Explain how you got there. Justification of Answers Will Vary

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