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## Shapes - K.G.A.1, K.G.A.2, K.G.A.3,

 1. Ask Hannah. Click Image to Enlarge Describe symmetry in two-dimensional shapes. SEE MORE 2. Find Shapes All Around Us. Click Image to Enlarge Test your shape knowledge using examples of real world objects. SEE MORE 3. Identifying Shapes. Click Image to Enlarge Select all the shapes for each question. Self-checking with an explanation for each answer.  SEE MORE 4. Kinderweb Shape Game. Click Image to Enlarge This site is completely audio so children can work at their own pace independently. This resource includes voice instructions for students SEE MORE 5. Monster Mansion Match - Shape Match. Click Image to Enlarge Learn and practice 2D & 3D shapes. Click on the windows of the Monster Mansion to reveal the friendly monsters inside and match objects to shapes or objects to words. SEE MORE 6. Monster Mansion Match. Click Image to Enlarge A fun matching game for kids. Click on the windows of the Monster Mansion to reveal the friendly monsters inside and match two of the same monster. Watch out for the Little Angry Red Monster though! He likes to move the windows around on you.  SEE MORE 7. Shape Quiz. Click Image to Enlarge On the left hand side choose how many questions and what shapes you want to be quizzed on. Look at the shape in each question and choose the answer that best describes the shape.  SEE MORE 8. Shapes & Their Names Quiz. Click Image to Enlarge This is a quiz on geometry & shape names. It is a multiple choice quiz MCQ with pictures. It is suitatble for children in Pre kindergarten & Kindergarten. SEE MORE 9. Shapes. Click Image to Enlarge Click on "instruction" for a lesson on shapes. After learning about each shape click on the link to play "Guess the Shape". A picture is shown and the student should write down the shape being shown and then click to see if the answer was correct.  SEE MORE 10. The Facts Please, Mr. Mumble. Click Image to Enlarge (reading skills required) Take a look at how to describe two-dimensional shapes. SEE MORE

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