## Stuff for you to do:

**4.G-1 using the attributes and properties of angles to identify and compare triangles (acute, right, or obtuse) and regular polygons****4.G-2 using the attributes and properties of solid figures (edges, vertices, or the number or shape of faces) to model L, identify, compare, or describe solid figures (cubes, cylinders, rectangular prisms, or spheres) (e.g., cans, dice, boxes, balls)**- Geometry: Identify planar and solid figures (Fourth grade - P.1)
- Geometry: Open and closed shapes and qualities of polygons (Fourth grade - P.3)
- Geometry: Which 3-dimensional figure is being described? (Fourth grade - P.5)
- Geometry: Count and compare sides, edges, faces, and vertices (Fourth grade - P.8)

**4.G-3 identifying or drawing all lines of symmetry to identify figures that are symmetrical****4.G-4 identifying shapes that are congruent****4.G-5 illustrating or identifying the results of transformations (turns) of polygons by continuing a given pattern****4.G-6 estimating or determining area or perimeter of rectangles, squares and irregular shapes on grids with a key or ruler****4.G-8 identifying or drawing parallel or intersecting line segments**