In this HARD geometry game, students use their knowledge of geometry terms to figure out where each snail goes in the race order. This is a difficult game for third grade students and I use it as enrichment for my highest students.
How to Play:
The snails are in a race! Use the clues to figure out which snail came in which place! Students use their knowledge of geometry terms to figure out which snail came in first, second, third, etc. There are twelve snails total the students have to place in line from first to twelfth place.
There are two sets of clues to help you differentiate for the students in your classroom. The easy clue set helps students by scaffolding the order in which they put the snails in. The hard clue set is completely mixed up and students will have to figure out which clues to solve first and which clues to solve last if they want to figure out the puzzle of which geometric snails go first and last.
This is a great game for students to practice with geometry terms and play a fun math game at the same time. I put this out in my math centers during our geometry unit as a reinforcement activity. It can also be used for extra practice, spiral review, reteaching, or as a game to send home.
✅for teachers looking for easy to prep math games
✅great for third or fourth grade review
✅aligns with 3.G.1
✅fun math geometry activity
✅reviews important geometry concepts
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