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Quadrilaterals in the Real World. You asked, I’ll tell!!!!!!. Following are some examples of quadrilaterals and how they are used in the world. "Escape of a Luggage Fish" . http://www.helmutamann.com/0037L.htm. Broadway Boogie Woogie , 1942-1943.

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quadrilaterals in the real world

Quadrilaterals in the Real World

You asked, I’ll tell!!!!!!

escape of a luggage fish
"Escape of a Luggage Fish"

http://www.helmutamann.com/0037L.htm

broadway boogie woogie 1942 1943
Broadway Boogie Woogie, 1942-1943

http://educ.queensu.ca/~fmc/january2003/Mondrian.html

composition a composition with black red gray yellow and blue
Composition A: Composition with Black Red, Gray, Yellow, and Blue

http://educ.queensu.ca/~fmc/january2003/Mondrian.html

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Fountain Place; Dallas, TX

http://www.fountainplace.com/

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St. Stephen's Catholic Church

http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/object/article?o=6&f=/c/a/2005/03/05/HOG9SBJ8VB1.DTL&type=printable

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Why are we looking at all these quilt patterns? We are going to make a class quilt and you will be responsible for one square of the quilt. So, let’s look at some more!!

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You will be responsible for only one square of the class quilt. First, we need to come up with a color scheme.

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Your guidelines:

1. Your square will be an 8 ½ inch by 8 ½ inch square.

2. Each shape on your pattern will be made from construction paper.

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3. Required shapes:

Either two isosceles trapezoids or a polygon with more than four sides.

Parallelogram

Square or Rhombus

Rectangle

Triangles (These are the “staples” to the quilt.)

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4. At the end, turn in a color code with your square. For example, square = red

pentagon = green

rectangle = orange