Of all the areas of math that there are to be explored, I must say Geometry is my absolute favorite! It's the only math I ever got an A in, so when a friend approached me about doing a geometry game to help teach the basics I jumped at the chance! In this game students are to match 2 cards to each pocket. One card shows a picture of the word on the pocket, like an angle for example. The other card has a definition of the word on it. Students must master the vocabulary and know what the definition looks like drawn out in order to complete this game. A large pocket could be attached to the back of the board with a worksheet inside, testing the student's mastery of these concepts. It would be turned in upon completion of the game! Here are the items I used...
- FLP30045LB - 3X4 Light Blue Project Board (I cut mine in half. Then you get 2 games for the price of one board!)
- CTP2663 - Playful Patterns Trimmer
- CTP4190 - 2" Dots on Black Uppercase Letter Stickers
- CTP6918 - Poppin' Patterns Library Pockets
- HYG43317 - Pocket Chart Cards-Assorted Colors (Used these on the front of the pockets.)
- TNT3512 - Blank Assorted Flash Cards (I cut these down and used them as the cards that go in the pockets.)
- CTP5933 - Poppin Patterns Mini Dots Cutouts