In this geometry game, students use their knowledge of geometry terms to figure out which geometry kid goes where in the yearbook! This is the perfect introductory geometry activity when students are just starting to learn about geometry.
How to Play:
Cut out and glue each silly character next to their description in the yearbook! The descriptions describe certain geometry attributes that help students identify which geometric kid is being characterized.
This is a great game for students to practice with geometry terms and play a fun math game at the same time. I put this out in my math centers during our geometry unit as a reinforcement activity. It can also be used for extra practice, spiral review, reteaching, or as a game to send home.
✅for teachers looking for easy to prep math games
✅great for third or fourth grade review
✅aligns with 3.G.1
✅fun math geometry activity
✅reviews important geometry concepts
Check out the preview to see it in action.