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Your students will love these fun and engaging math games that help them learn about and create with 2D shapes. All the directions and templates you’ll need to create these five activities are included, plus ideas for how to differentiate each of them!
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Please note: Each of these games and activities may be purchased individually. This product includes the five resources bundled together. If you purchase this larger product, you DO NOT need to purchase each game or activity separately. Click on each individual activity to learn more about it in detail.
Played like the traditional game, “Old Maid”, students take turns drawing cards and matching 2D shapes. But, beware of the square! The player left with the square at the end of the game loses. Four levels of differentiation
Encourage creativity and higher order thinking with 48 challenges that ask students to draw pictures to include two, three, or four 2D shapes. Also includes several roll-a-die challenge cards. Three levels of differentiation
Introduce and practice specific 2D shapes with these fun, interactive worksheets. Each sheet focuses on one shape. Students read, write, trace, draw, and identify each shape in real world objects. Includes 15 shape mats in both color and black & white.
On your mark, get set, go! Students travel around the game boards in The Great Shape Race to exercise their knowledge of 2D shapes. Different game options focus on shape names, number of sides, and sorting 2D and 3D shapes. Four levels of differentiation
Send students on a hunt for 30 real-world picture cards all around the room. Students find the cards and identify the 2D shape it matches. They use one of the six different recording sheets to color or write their answer. Six levels of differentiation
Teacher Features You'll Love
• Differentiated to meet all students' needs
• Fun, engaging activities your students will ask to play over and over!
Please note: The black & white copies of the activities are not included in the page count.
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