Here's a game that makes it easy to differentiate for all the students
in your classroom who are learning geometry.
You can have groups practicing two-dimensional shapes or three-dimensional shapes while other groups are practicing lines, angles, or circles. Students can pick the game they want to play to help them learn their geometry terms.
The different combinations of game cards and corresponding answer keys are listed in the table of contents. Print and cut game cards on cardstock, add an answer key, tuck it all in a zip bag, and you've got a game. Set up and clean up is quick and easy.
A short video explains how to play the game with details about creating the game and a bit of strategy for winning the game.
This game is part of my primary bundle
and a bundle with games about math properties, order of operations, and equivalent numbers.
If you like this game, check out the Bingo games
we've included in our store.
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