Teach kids about 3D shapes with this set of free games!
Today I’m sharing a simple freebie that will help kids see 3D shapes in every day objects.
This game follows the format of my other Roll a Games.
Simply take turns rolling the die and moving along the path according to the key at the top of the game board.
For example, if you roll a 3, you would move to the next object which has the shape of a rectangular prism.
The first to get to the final space, wins! You can see that there are two possibilities to get to the last space – a sphere or a cylinder.
You’ll find two different games in the download. Enjoy!
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This looks like such a great resource and it’s free! I can’t wait to use this with my class this week. Will let you know how it goes. 🙂
This is a great site for finding resources, but most importantly, Anna is quick to respond to questions for support… always polite (even for the silly questions, smile). I work with ELL students K-12, I find many great resources to support my student’s growth in English Proficiency.
Thank you for your kind words, Deborah! 🙂
Thank you so much for all your ideas and for sharing. I have already shared your site with a few of my friends.
Thanks so much for passing it along, Marti!
My kinders loved your 2D shape game. I know they will enjoy playing this 3D shape game!
Thank you so much for sharing all your wonderful games and ideas.
You’re very welcome, Kathy! 🙂
That’s a great game and could even use those items for a more hands on sorting/matching activity. Thank you for think for me. 🙂