Constructing quadrilaterals

Video, YouTube, Hands-on

A YouTube playlist demonstrating the construction of four special quadrilaterals from paper rectangles.

Rhombus, trapezium (trapezoid), parallelogram, kite.

(Click through for the playlist.)

10 November 2014 Edit: 10 November 2014

The Australian Curriculum
Measurement and GeometryUsing units of measurementACMMG159 Year 7 Establish the formulas for areas of rectangles, triangles and parallelograms and useACMMG196 Year 8 Find perimeters and areas of parallelograms, rhombuses and kitesShapeACMMG088 Year 4 Compare and describe two dimensional shapes that result from combining and splittingGeometric reasoningACMMG165 Year 7 Classify triangles according to their side and angle properties and describe quadril
The Australian Curriculum Version 9.0 New
Year 7Measurement Year 7AC9M7M01 solve problems involving the area of triangles and parallelograms using established formulaSpace Year 7AC9M7SP02 classify triangles, quadrilaterals and other polygons according to their side and angle prYear 8Measurement Year 8AC9M8M01 solve problems involving the area and perimeter of irregular and composite shapes using app
NSW Mathematics K-10 Syllabus
Measurement and GeometryMA2-15MG Two-Dimensional SpaceMA3-15MG Two-Dimensional SpaceMA4-12MG LengthMA4-13MG AreaMA4-17MG Properties of Geometrical Figures
NSW Curriculum New
Measurement and spaceTwo-dimensional spatial structureMA2-2DS Two-dimensional spatial structureMA2-2DS-01 Two-dimensional spatial structureMA3-2DS Two-dimensional spatial structureMA3-2DS-01 Two-dimensional spatial structureArea and surface areaMA4-ARE-C-01 AreaProperties of geometrical figuresMA4-GEO-C-01 Properties of geometrical figuresMA4-LEN-C-01 Length

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