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Free worksheets for classifying quadrilaterals

With this worksheet generator, you can make worksheets for classifying (identifying, naming) quadrilaterals, in PDF or html formats. There are seven special types of quadrilaterals: square, rectangle, rhombus, parallelogram, trapezoid, kite, scalene, and these worksheets ask students to name the quadrilaterals among these seven types.

You can control the number of problems, workspace, border around the problems, image size, and additional instructions. All worksheets come with an answer key.

Here are some quick links for ready worksheets. Refresh the worksheet page to get another of the same kind.

Classify quadrilaterals - all 7 types
Identify quadrilaterals - only square, rectangle, rhombus, and parallelogram
Identify quadrilaterals - only square, rectangle, rhombus, parallelogram, and trapezoid


Classify quadrilaterals Worksheet Generator

Choose at least one of the quadrilateral types below.
square
rectangle
rhombus (diamond-shape)
parallelogram
trapezoid (trapezium in British English)
kite (will include both convex and concave kites)
scalene quadrilateral

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(These determine the number of problems)

Number of empty lines below the problem (workspace)
Page orientation: Portrait   Landscape
(PDF worksheet only; for html worksheet, you change the orientation in print preview)

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