In this post we write about making of the quadrilateral maths working model – tlm for class 9 | class 10

Creating working models of different types of quadrilaterals using color paper and cardboard can be a fantastic way to explore their properties visually.

Let’s build models for four common types of quadrilaterals: square, rectangle, parallelogram, and trapezoid and so on

Materials needed:

Different colored papers (for example, red, blue, green, and yellow)

Cardboard or thick paperboard

Scissors

Glue or tape

Ruler

Pencil

Step-by-step instructions:

Make the different quadrilateral types such as square, rectangle, parallelogram, and trapezoid and so on :

This model can be helpful in understanding the properties of each quadrilateral type, such as the number of parallel sides, angles, and side lengths. You can label the sides, angles, and properties to make it more educational and interactive.