5 videos
2 skills
Not all things with four sides and 90 degree angles are squares or rectangles! Sometimes the angles in these 4-sided shapes are less than (or greater than) 90 degrees, causing them to have a slightly odd shape. These are called quadrilaterals and come in a few different varieties. In this tutorial, you'll learn about them. Common Core Standards: 5.G.B.3, 5.G.B.4

Quadrilateral overview

VIDEO 8:24 minutes
"Quad" means "four" and "lateral" means "line." A quadrilateral is literally a shape with four sides (lines) and four angles. Let's learn the difference between concave and convex quadrilaterals as well as trapezoids, parallelograms, and ...

Quadrilateral properties

VIDEO 5:07 minutes
How about this: we are given a 4-sided shape and asked to determine whether its properties qualify it to be called a quadrilateral (or category of quadrilaterals). Check it out.

Quadrilaterals: kites as a geometric shape

VIDEO 5:38 minutes
Is a kite a quadrilateral? Is it a rhombus? A parallelogram? Let's find out.

Quadrilaterals: find the type exercise

VIDEO 2:49 minutes
Take a look at the given data and determine what type of quadrilateral we have.

Quadrilateral types

Identify quadrilaterals based on pictures or attributes. Quadrilaterals included are parallelograms, rhombuses, rectangles, and squares.

Quadrilaterals: classifying shapes

VIDEO 2:28 minutes
Let's see how well you classify shapes by determining what properties match each kind of quadrilateral.

Properties of shapes

Identify and compare shapes based on their attributes. Shapes include triangle types, quadrilateral types, pentagons, and hexagons.