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Common Core Standard 3.G.A.1 Questions

Understand that shapes in different categories (e.g., rhombuses, rectangles, and others) may share attributes (e.g., having four sides), and that the shared attributes can define a larger category (e.g., quadrilaterals). Recognize rhombuses, rectangles, and squares as examples of quadrilaterals, and draw examples of quadrilaterals that do not belong to any of these subcategories.

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Grade 3 Quadrilaterals CCSS: 3.G.A.1
Grade 3 Other Polygons CCSS: 3.G.A.1
Select the TWO shapes that have MORE THAN 4 sides.
  1. triangle
  2. rhombus
  3. pentagon
  4. trapezoid
  5. hexagaon
Grade 3 Quadrilaterals CCSS: 3.G.A.1
What shape is this?
Parallelogram v1
  1. Parallelogram
  2. Trapezoid
  3. Pentagon
  4. Heptagon
Grade 3 Quadrilaterals CCSS: 3.G.A.1, 5.G.B.4
Which quadrilateral is NOT a parallelogram?
  1. rectangle
  2. square
  3. trapezoid
  4. rhombus
Grade 3 Quadrilaterals CCSS: 3.G.A.1
Grade 3 Quadrilaterals CCSS: 3.G.A.1
Grade 3 Quadrilaterals CCSS: 3.G.A.1
Grade 3 Quadrilaterals CCSS: 3.G.A.1
Grade 3 Basic Shapes CCSS: 3.G.A.1
What is this shape called?
Rectangle
  1. Square
  2. Rectangle
  3. Triangle
  4. Circle
Grade 3 Quadrilaterals CCSS: 3.G.A.1
Which statement is true?
  1. All squares are rectangles
  2. All rectangles are squares.
  3. All triangles are quadrilaterals.
  4. All quadrilaterals are rhombuses.
Grade 3 Quadrilaterals CCSS: 3.G.A.1
One side of a rhombus is 9 inches long. What are the lengths of the other 3 sides
of the rhombus?
  1. They could be any length.
  2. One side is 9 inch and the other two sides could be any length
  3. Two sides are 9 inches and the other side could be any length.
  4. They are each 9 inches long.
Grade 3 Quadrilaterals CCSS: 3.G.A.1
Taneisha is comparing rhombuses, rectangles, and squares. What do they always have in common?
  1. They always have 4 sides.
  2. They always have equal angles.
  3. They always have equal side lengths.
  4. They always have different angle measures.
Grade 3 Basic Shapes CCSS: 3.G.A.1
Which statement is true for the shapes shown below?

Acute Triangle v1Right Triangle v1Isosceles Triangle v1
  1. They are all squares.
  2. They are all triangles.
  3. They are all rectangles.
  4. They are all pentagons.
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