Get students practicing describing the two-dimensional shapes made from slicing three-dimensional figures
This twist on the classic game of Tic-Tac-Toe provides students multiple opportunities to practice describing these 2D and 3D shapes in support of 7th grade standard CCSS 7G.A.3. This activity provides opportunities for students to use mathematical language, justify answers making mathematically sound arguments, and repetition with this concept.
Included in this download are:
-Four game boards featuring 3D shapes in different styles (3D, 3D solids, 3D shaded, real-world 3D objects- color & black and white versions)
-Student reference guide with sentence stems and examples of mathematical reasoning
-Student answer keys.
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We hope you and your students enjoy this geometry game!
- Math Idea Galaxy