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Students LOVE learning about polygons with this super fun activity!

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Math station partners take turns spinning the spinner and trying to fill their triangles perfectly! Awesome math games on this site!

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Dance Dance Transversal : I always put take on the ground and have them walk the angles but this is way more fun!

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from Teach Junkie

Work on describing quadrilaterals and identifying them too with your class. Here is a free printable bingo game to describe quadrilaterals.

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from Teachers Pay Teachers

### Geometry Games: 10 Differentiated Quadrilaterals Games

Are you looking for a way to make practicing quadrilaterals fun? This set comes with 6 bump games and 4 three-in-a-row games to help your students master identifying and classifying quadrilaterals. Just print and play!

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Mastering Geometry Vocabulary: "Go Fish" game-Geometry Vocabulary cards study strategy and games provide students with multiple exposures to geometry terms-includes ideas for creative and fun ways to play with these cards and increase vocabulary mastery! partners, independent, math stations, cooperative learning--so much fun to be had!

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### Geometry Games - Memory Matching (Grade 3-5)

These 11 geometry memory games cover several Common Core standards (see above), plus some content not specifically mentioned in the standards. Polygons, solids (polyhedrons), quadrilaterals, triangles, and coordinate graphing are featured in these memory matching games. Students will practice identifying pictures and definitions of key geometry vocabulary and practice important classification concepts.

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### Four-In-A-Row Game: Classifying Triangles

Triangle Classification with a few theorems thrown in -- Fun Geometry game with just a bit of strategy required to keep it interesting

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from Education.com

### Build a Polygon

This fun geometry game requires players to use measurement, find perimeter, and draw polygons. It's great for a fourth grade math student!

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