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Maths Is Fun: Interactive Quadrilaterals

This website helps visual learners explore the topic of quadrilaterals.
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Sometimes visual learners are left to fend for themselves, especially when learning math. This website helps visual learners explore the topic of quadrilaterals. First you can click on a link and read about the characteristics of the various types of quadrilaterals. After learning, students can explore quadrilaterals by rotating and dragging the vertices. Students learn by doing as they discover the characteristics of each quadrilateral, including parallelograms, rhombuses, rectangles and squares.

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