A hands-on, kinesthetic learning experience generated by students that ties together many geometry concepts!
Task small groups of students in your classroom with creating the next Geolympic games OR
use the four geometry game directions included in this resource to hold the Geolympics!
Each small group will be given an overview, a checklist, and the two game directions pages. The students must create games that satisfy all the requirements on the checklist. Students should have access to materials and equipment at school to create their Geolympic game.
INCLUDED IN THIS RESOURCE:
- Directions for Use
- Geolympic Games Introduction
- Geolympics Overview
- Geolympics Checklist
- Game Direction Outline
- Team Name/Flag Page
- Directions/Resources for BANGLE-BALL
- Directions/Resources for GEO-HUNT
- Directions for AREA & PERIMETER ROUND-UP
- Directions/Resources for POLY-DRAW
- Overall Team Points Page
- 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Place Medals
From the Geolympic introduction:
Are you ready to carry the torch in your school’s next Geolympics? You and your classmates have been tasked with creating stations for the Geolympics for students to compete in. Using your geometry knowledge, work diligently to prepare this year’s Geolympic games.
Geometry topics for students to consider:
- Plane shapes
- 3-D shapes
- Area & Perimeter
LET THE GAMES BEGIN!
Thank you for your support!
Isabelle MacDonald from Wild & Free in Grade Three
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Wild & Free in Grade Three