Are you looking for an easy (fun!) way to introduce or review all of those geometry vocabulary terms? Look no further! This Ready, Set, Show Geometry Vocabulary game is paperless, ready in seconds, and covers everything from quadrilaterals to 3-D shapes.
Teaching geometry is all about reviewing, reviewing, and reviewing that vocabulary! Why not make it fun with this interactive PowerPoint practice game?
Just project and play!
Use this FREE digital geometry review with white boards to add some interactive geometry game FUN to your unit on polygons, angles, lines and 3-D shapes. This digital resource is a perfect geometry vocabulary review you can use immediately with your second, third, or fourth grade students. No paper needed!
What grade level(s) is this geometry activity for?
This free geometry vocabulary game was created for a 2nd or 3rd grade class. However, there are also fourth grade geometry vocabulary terms included, such as types of triangles. This resource meets the following common core standards: 2.G.A.1, 3.G.A.1, 4.G.A.1, 4.G.A.2, and 4.MD.C.5
What’s included in the geometry vocabulary game?
The free PowerPoint includes 153 slides formatted into a “Ready, Set, Show” game format. Students read the question when they see the “Ready” slide, write down their answer when they see the “Set” slide, and show/say their answer when they see the “Show” slide.
Four editable slides are included with activity instructions so you can revise the activity expectations as needed.
What materials do I need?
This freebie is formatted as a PowerPoint show, so you’ll need PowerPoint, a computer, and a way to project the slides. The activity was originally created for students to participate with white boards and Expo markers, but you can also have students shout out answers. Just change the editable slides to match your expectations.
What geometry vocabulary is covered?
This activity includes:
- Other Polygons: pentagon, hexagon, octagon
- Lines, rays, points, line segments
- Types of angles
- Types of triangles
- 3-D Shapes
Can this geometry review be used as a Google Slides activity?
Since this PowerPoint consists of secured images on almost every slide, it can be uploaded into Google Slides and will look almost exactly the same as the PowerPoint version.
The only difference you will find is the font on the editable introduction slides (see picture below) and the practice question slides. Because this is not a Google font and the text is not secured in order to keep select slides editable, the words on the editable slides will need to be changed to a Google font of your liking.
Where can I get the free geometry game download?
Hop over to the I Want to be a Super Teacher site HERE to receive this email freebie.
After you sign up, an automatic download link for the geometry game will appear in your inbox.
Then you’ll be ready to PROJECT & PLAY! No paper needed.
Have a fab day Super Teacher,