# Polygons

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## Interactive Math Activity - Polygons

Practice geometry skills with this engaging math activity all about polygons! Your third-grade students will learn to identify the properties of a polygon as they work through a variety of practical questions in this interactive math game. Upon completion of this activity, students will have gained confidence and proficiency in their basic understanding of polygons.

This third-grade geometry game presents polygons with a variety of fun, yet challenging math questions. Students may be asked to identify whether the given shape is a polygon. They may be asked how many sides or angles the given polygon has. Students may be required to choose which shape is not a polygon. Or students may be required to state how many pairs of parallel sides the given shape has, as well as how many right angles it has. If students get stuck on a question, they may opt to use the "Hint" option. The hint consists of a helpful written and/or pictorial clue that will provide insight into the question being asked without giving away the answer. When students answer a question incorrectly, they will be shown a detailed explanation page, from which they can learn where they went wrong as well as how to obtain the correct answer in the future. This way, students move through the lesson having learned from their mistakes.

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## Level

This online math lesson is classified as Level C. It may be ideal for a third-grade class.

## Common Core Standard

3.G.A.1
Geometry

Students will reason with shapes and their attributes. Students will demonstrate an understanding that shapes in different categories may share attributes, and that the shared attributes can define a larger category. Students will recognize that rhombuses, rectangles, and squares are examples of quadrilaterals.

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