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Parallelogram Lesson for Kids

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If two lines are parallel, they _____.

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1. Matt says this shape is a trapezoid but NOT a parallelogram. Joy thinks it's a parallelogram AND a trapezoid. Who is right?

2. Which of the following is NOT a parallelogram?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz will ask you a few short questions about parallelograms. You'll look at several shapes and tell whether or not they are parallelograms.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The quiz will ask you to:

  • Understand what's true about two parallel lines
  • Tell if a shape is a trapezoid but not a parallelogram or if its a parallelogram and a trapezoid
  • Recognize shapes that are and are not parallelograms
  • Know whether a diamond is a parallelogram

Skills Practiced

You'll use the following skills:

  • Information recall - remember what you know about parallel lines
  • Knowledge application - use what you know about parallelograms to tell whether or not a diamond is a parallelogram
  • Distinguishing differences - be able to tell the difference between shapes that are and are not parallelograms

Additional Learning

To learn more about parallelograms, check out Parallelogram Lesson for Kids. This lesson will help you to:

  • Define the features of a parallelogram
  • Name common objects that are examples of parallelograms
  • Learn why railroad tracks are parallel
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