# 3D Shapes (3D Figures) Game Bundle

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1. This is a great game to give your students extra practise identifying and describing 3D figures. I have included the game board in both colour and black and white: How to Play: Students flip over a card, either the name of the figure or an attribute and match it to the shape on the game board. If
2. This is a great game to give your students extra practise identifying and describing 3D figures. I have included the game boards in both colour and black and white: 3D Figure Bump - students flip over cards with the names of the shape or their attributes and match it to the shape on the game board
3. This is a great game to give your students extra practise identifying 3D figures. I have included the game in both colour and black and white: 3D Figure Memory- players lay the cards on the table face down. Students take turn flipping over two cards. If they match the figure with its name they ge
4. Your students will love racing to the finish. This is an easy game to play. You will need: - a pencil - a paper clip - playing pieces How to play: Players take turns spinning. They move to the closest square or tile that is the same colour as what they spun. If they can name the 3D figure they st
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These are great games to give your students extra practise identifying and describing 3D figures. I have included 3 games in both colour and black and white:

3D Figure Bump - students flip over cards with the names of the shape or their attributes and match it to the shape on the game board. If another player has a cube on the figure, they "bump" the cube off the figure. This game can be played in two ways; using the names or by the different attributes (faces, edges, and vertices).

3D Figure Roll and Cover- Students flip over a card, either the name of the figure or an attribute and match it to the shape on the game board. If another player already has a counter on the figure, the player misses a turn. The player with the most counters on the board at the end of the game wins. This game can be played in two ways; using the names or by the different attributes (faces, edges, and vertices).

3D Figure Memory- players lay the cards on the table face down. Students take turn flipping over two cards. If they match the figure with its name they get to keep it. The player with the most cards at the end wins.

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