This is a great way to have students practice identifying shapes. There are 4 different options for varying levels of ability. Shapes include circles, squares, triangles, rectangles, and hexagons.
The object of the game is to cover four shapes in a row. Partner play against one another.
Full Directions: Print one page per partner pair. Each partner pair will also need markers (like 2-color counters or 2 different color connecting cubes) dice with shapes (a plain cube that you have drawn shapes on) or you can cut up one board and use it for cards (like bingo). Partners take turns drawing a card or rolling the die and then covering up a shape that matches. For example, if the student roll a triangle, they may cover any triangle on their board. The object of the game is to get four markers in a row.