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Part 1 of 2, June 1, 2020

It is Monday, June 1, 2020. Please find the video attached where I go over a diagram of the shapes and their categories. #30 is difficult in the workbook, so I went over a couple of those shapes as well. If the shape DOES NOT have four sides, then it CANNOT be a Quadrilateral, which means it CANNOT be trapezoid or parallelogram (or rhombus). Trapezoid and parallelogram are BOTH types of quadrilaterals. I made another graphic organizer on the computer that shows how there are categories of shapes (for example, a SQUARE belongs in ALL of the following "boxes" or categories: Rhombus (four equal sides), Parallelogram (the square's opposite sides are equal), Quadrilateral (it has four sides), AND POLYGON (it has more than three sides and is a closed figure). I hope this helps! Sincerely, Ms. Moore