I’m getting behind on posting my INB pages! When I taught Quadrilaterals, I tried to include lots of extra practice pages. I’ve been including more practice pages this semester.

This page was a review of the properties of parallelograms. I also included the theorem with multiple parallel lines.

Next, came the lesson about proving quadrilaterals are parallelograms. I was very surprised about how quickly my students caught on during this lesson.

Then, I taught about rhombuses, rectangles, and squares. I used this foldable and practice sheet. Inside each flap there is the definition, the properties, and two examples.

I included always, sometimes, never statements on the practice sheet. I don’t require my on-level students to do this type of questions on their own, but we do talk about them together. When I taught honors, I had several of these on their test.

You can read about the rest of this unit here!