In the past, I have used this with the properties written in. While it made perfect sense in my mind, it didn't really help my students who didn't already "get it" understand the relationships any better. Then I came across this, this, and this on Pinterest and liked the flow chart method of presenting the concept. I especially liked the top down flows, but I wanted the "boxes" to represent the "familiar" version of the shape. Plus, some of them didn't included all of the ones I wanted or the same details I wanted. So, I made my own.
Next year when I do interactive notebooks, I might shrink it to a half page, but the print is already kind of small. We might just fold it instead. This year, without interactive notebooks, I learned that if I copy a reference on colored paper, my students are more likely to keep up with it and less likely to throw it away. That's a freebie for ya. ;)
Links to download: Publisher or PDF.