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How quickly can you stack the Christmas presents on Santa's sleigh? Be careful not to leave any spaces. There are different levels of difficulty.
A BBC Bitesize game which looks at properties of 2D shapes and 3D shapes, fractions of shapes and symmetry. Useful for learning vocabulary related to shapes and for Key Stage 1 SATs revision.
A symmetry matching game against the clock. Can you spot the symmetrical shapes?
A wonderful resource for exploring shapes. Choose from two sizes of geoboard and stretch out the bands to make your shapes. Tablet friendly.
Try making patterns, tessellations or pictures with shapes. Ipad friendly.
A drag and drop activity where you can explore symmetry, tessellations or just design crazy patterns or pictures using shapes.
Out on the Tiles
A good game for introducing the concept of areas of rectangles. You need to either estimate how many squares cover the rectangles or you can test out for yourself dragging and dropping squares in place. Super on an interactive whiteboard.
3D Objects and 2D Shapes
A game where you need to know about 2D and 3D shapes and their properties. For 7 - 8 year olds.
The robots are ready to leave the factory but they need packing. Match the shapes and turn them to fit inside different shaped suitcases.
See if you can feed the bug by finding his food on the grid using your skill with coordinates.