I created this super easy to use math game set for my kindergarteners to begin working in partners co-dependently, although three of the sets can be completed individually (the Location Match needs a grown-up to read the directions). The games are each to teach, so I can give directions, model how to play, and have stations going around in the room in less than 3 minutes!
Included are 4 games:
Color Match- Students will match 6 colored pictures onto their respective mats. I've included mats with only words (no color code) for students to practice color sight words with this activity, also. Colors practiced are: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple.
Shape Match- Students will look at pictures of objects to determine their basic shape (circle, square, triangle, or rectangle). I've also included some basic shapes for sorting, as well as mats with only the shape word (no shape given) for advanced learners.
Size Match- Students can use the pictures of teddy bears given (or use actual bears if you have them in three sizes!) to sort largest to smallest and smallest to largest. This was a class favorite.
Location Match- Since kindergarteners can't read location words (yet!) you'll need an adult for this activity. Students will listen carefully to put the correct pieces one each scene in the correct location. The kids loved making pictures and comparing with their neighbors. Perfect for small-group!