3-Dimensional Shapes Games
This is a set of three I Have, Who Has Games for you to use in many different ways. Students will learn and practice the characteristics of 3-Dimensional (geometric solid) shapes and the terms used to classify the shapes- faces, edges, and vertices.
Each game requires students to identify 13 different terms or figures related to 3-D shapes. They are scaffolded to increase difficulty and to require different skills.
The first game provides students with the characteristics of each shape/term and requires them to identify the name of the shape based on those characteristics. They have the name of the figure and an image of it on their card.
The second game also requires students to identify each figure based on its characteristics, but the images have been removed. This could make it a little more difficult.
The third game has only images as the answers at the top of the cards. So, students will have to know the image on their card.
Each game includes an answer key so that students can check their own work if playing independently.
These are great activities for:
- Whole Class
- Small Groups or Centers
- Take Home Games
- Independent or Pair Work
Included in this resource are:
- 3 Different Games that are varied for different student readiness and mastery levels
- Answer Keys for all 3 games
- Teacher Notes
- Directions for Play
- Suggestions for Use
Additional 3D Shapes Resources:
3D Shapes PowerPoint Game
Geometry Math Game Set: Three Dimensional Shapes
More Math Games and Resources:
I Have, Who Has Games for Polygons
Lines and Angles I Have, Who Has Games
Candy Math: Fractions, Decimals, Graphing, ...
Transformation PowerPoint (animated)
Place Value Poster with Decimals
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