Geometry Magic Squares is a fun way for students to practice their knowledge of two-dimensional and three-dimensional geometric shapes. These puzzles can be used as a math center, as supplemental work for fast finishers, or even as a whole class review activity.
Cut apart the 16 smaller squares and then reassemble them into a large (4 x 4) square in which all of the touching sides have a matching picture and geometry term. (If you're using this as a math center, you may want to run the puzzles on card stock, precut them, and store each in a baggie.)
The download includes:
~6 puzzles on Lines and Angles
~6 puzzles on Triangles and Quadrilaterals
~6 puzzles on Polygons
~6 puzzles on Two-dimensional Shapes
~6 puzzles on Three-dimensional Shapes
~Answer keys for all 30 puzzles
~A strategy suggestion page
Geometry Magic Squares has three levels of difficulty. In level I there will be wizards around all of the outer edges of the finished Magic Square. Level II has wizards showing where the top and bottom edges are located. Level III has no wizard help, making it by far the most challenging level.