# Special Quadrilaterals

- Author:
- Leah Cramer

- Topic:
- Geometry, Parallelogram, Quadrilaterals, Rhombus

Special Parallelograms
Drag points around to form the following parallograms.
Parallelogram 1 - Form a parallelogram where all angles are congruent and consecutive sides are not congruent. Make note of any special features.
Parallelogram 2 - Form a parallelogram where all sides are congruent and consecutive angles are not congruent . Make note of any special features.
Parallelogram 3 - Form a parallelogram where all angles and sides are congruent. Make note of any special features.

Please use the class worksheet for a guide as to what your quadrilateral should look like and answers the questions on it.