This hypermedia game is to review and assess the basic 2 dimensional shapes that align with the Core Content Standards for Kindergarten Mathematics: Geometry K-2, Correctly names (or identifies) shapes regardless of their orientation or overall size.
In order for students to have the most success with a game or assessment such as this one, a review is necessary to refresh their memory and also to engage the learner.
Building with ShapesA Geometry Lesson for Kindergarten
Shhhhh! If you can answer the questionscorrectly, we can get the parts we need for our SUPER secret project. We believe that you are theperfect helper because we KNOW that you know your shapes! Let’s get to work!
Movie Time CircleWatch this movie from Brainpopjr to review thebasic shapes. Click on the television to watch SquareEllipse or Oval Rhombus or Diamond Rectangle
CirclesAn example of a circle shape is: A. a door B. a ball C. a box
SquaresA square has how many sides? A. 4 B. 3 C. 5
Triangles A Triangle has three sides. Watch the green triangle to see which object is also a triangle. Once you have decided, click on the picture that is your answer.
Rectangles How many corners or A rectangle has four vertices does a sides, just like a square. rectangle have? However, two of its sides are short and two of its sides are A. 3 long, but of the same B. 5 length. C. 4
Ellipse Another name for an oval shape is an ellipse. An example of an ellipse is : A. A balloon B. an egg C. both A and C HINT: You might need them for a birthday cake and birthday party!
Rhombus A rhombus has four sides and four corners, just like a square, but it is tilted up onto one of its points. Another name for a rhombus is a ____?A. TriangleB. RectangleC. Diamond