Decomposing & Composing Parallelograms: Lesson for Kids


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Some shapes have other names, in addition to 'parallelogram.' Could a trapezoid also be called a parallelogram?

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1. Two shapes that can compose a parallelogram are _____.

2. To decompose a shape means to _____ that shape.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

How do you decompose and compose parallelograms? Find out what you know about the steps involved by using the quiz and worksheet.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You will be tested on the following topics:

  • Two shapes that can compose a parallelogram
  • Whether or not a trapezoid could be called a parallelogram
  • The meaning of decomposing a shape
  • Finding the area of triangles

Skills Practiced

  • Learning practice - use what you learned to answer questions about decomposing shapes
  • Reading awareness - make sure that you know the most important information from the lesson on decomposing and composing parallelograms
  • Remembering details - remember what you learned about two shapes that can compose a parallelogram

Additional Learning

You can review more using the lesson called Decomposing & Composing Parallelograms: Lesson for Kids. Use this lesson to:

  • Determine what makes a parallelogram
  • Review parallelogram examples
  • Define compose