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Geometry Bingo Review (2D and 3D) Fun Friday Activity

Geometry Bingo Review (2D and 3D) Fun Friday Activity
Geometry Bingo Review (2D and 3D) Fun Friday Activity
Geometry Bingo Review (2D and 3D) Fun Friday Activity
Geometry Bingo Review (2D and 3D) Fun Friday Activity
Geometry Bingo Review (2D and 3D) Fun Friday Activity
Geometry Bingo Review (2D and 3D) Fun Friday Activity
Geometry Bingo Review (2D and 3D) Fun Friday Activity
Geometry Bingo Review (2D and 3D) Fun Friday Activity
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Hello! This is a Geometry Bingo game created to review geometry concepts geared towards 2nd-4th graders. This Bingo set can be used independently but I created it to correspond with my 2D and 3D Geometry study guides and assessments that can also be found in my store.

The cards say SHAPE across the top instead of BINGO so you would call those letters instead. The game is also clue based so that students have to use their knowledge of geometry to place their markers down. An example of what the calling cards look like is given below:

Answer: Perpendicular Lines
Say: "S" Lines that cross and form four right angles.

If a student has a picture of perpendicular lines in the "S" column then they would get to put down a marker.

Materials Included:
-10 unique Bingo cards
-Calling Cards

You will have to cut out all of the calling cards and shuffle them really well before playing.

Topics Covered:
-Lines (perpendicular, parallel, intersecting)
-Angles (straight, right, acute, obtuse)
-3D shapes (cube, sphere, cone, rectangular prism, pyramid, cylinder)
-3D properties (edge, base, face, vertex)
-Quadrilaterals (trapezoid, square, parallelogram)
-Polygons (triangle, hexagon, pentagon, octagon)
-Plane Figures (regular and circle)
-Triangles (right, acute, obtuse, scalene, isosceles, equilateral)
-Solid vs. flat

I also have a 2D geometry Assessment and Study Guide available here:
http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/2D-Geometry-Assessment-and-Study-Guide-1341940

A 3d Geometry Assessment and Study Guide here:
http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/3D-Geometry-Assessment-and-Study-Guide-1341957

I am in the process of making a Geometry Scoot and a bundle of all 4 products so make sure you follow Scooting Through Second to keep up with all of our latest products!

http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Scooting-Through-Second/

Please let me know if you have any questions, comments, concerns, or suggestions at bccoble6390@gmail.com

Thanks
Beth
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