Identifying shapes and attributes

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Identifying shapes and attributes
Geometric Shapes Identifying shapes and attributes

What is this? What are parallel lines? What are perpendicular lines?
Can you identify the sets of line segments?

What is this? What are these? Are they different?
How are they different? Do you know the names of each?

What is this? What is the particular name of this shape?
Are there other names for this shape? What are the attributes?

What is this? What is the name of these shapes?
Are there other names for these shapes? How are they alike; how are they different? What are their attributes?

What is this? What is the particular name of this shape?
Are there other names for this shape? What are the attributes?

What is this? What is the particular name for these shapes?
Are there other names for these shapes? What are the attributes? How are they alike? Different?

What is this? What is the particular name of this shape?
Are there other names for this shape? What are the attributes?

What is this? What is the particular name for this shape?
Are there other names for this shape? What are the attributes of this shape?

What is this? What is the particular name of this shape?
Are there other names for this shape? What are the attributes of this shape?

What is this? What is the particular name for this shape?
Are there other names for this shape? What are the attributes of this shape?

What is the relationship?
What do you call two shapes that are the same size and the same shape? Can you select the shapes that have this relationship?

What is it called? What do you call the line segment that is dividing this shape into two congruent shapes that are the mirror image of each other? Can shapes have more than one of these?