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Kindergarten Language Arts Skill Builders

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


Links verified on 10/26/2015


  1. Exercises and Games
    1. Ask Hannah - (reading skills required) Describe symmetry in two-dimensional shapes.
    2. Astronomy Shape Match - Click and drag objects to match shape outlines.
    3. Big Bird's Shapes - Press a key and a shape appears. Big Bird identifies shape and color. This resource includes voice instructions for students
    4. Circles and Rectangles - What can you make with each shape? Drag shapes to make designs.
    5. Colors and Shapes - States color and shape of objects. Sound effects helps students remember. Press a letter on the keyboard to go to the next shape. Gets students used to using the keyboard as an input objects instead of the mouse. This resource includes voice instructions for students [This expired link is available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive. If the page doesn't load quickly click on Impatient? at the bottom right of the page.]
    6. Connect the Dots and Draw the Shapes - Click and drag your mouse to draw.
    7. Find the Shape - How many different shapes can you find in Shapeville? This resource includes voice instructions for students
    8. I Spy Shapes - Locate triangles, circles and squares in a set of pictures. This resource includes voice instructions for students [This expired link is available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive. If the page doesn't load quickly click on Impatient? at the bottom right of the page.]
    9. Identifying Shapes - Select all the shapes for each question. Self-checking with an explanation for each answer.
    10. Kinderweb Shape Game - This site is completely audio so children can work at their own pace independently. This resource includes voice instructions for students
    11. Loading Shapes - Drag the object that matches the shape on the truck.
    12. Matching Shapes - A six square concentration style game.
    13. Matching Shapes with Krog - Drag and drop the shape on the correct match.
    14. Mr. Mumble - (reading skills required) Take a look at how to describe two-dimensional shapes.
    15. Nursery Tutor - Click on shapes and set a time. Flash cards on line!
    16. Oochy goes to the Fair - Help Oochy match shapes.
    17. Purpy's Shapes - Help Purpy find his favorite shapes by clicking on the shape at the bottom that matches the highlighted shape. This resource includes voice instructions for students
    18. Put it on the Shelf - Replace the question mark with the shape that matches the outline below.
    19. Shape Sorter - Click and drag the shape on the correct match.
    20. Shapes - 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.
    21. Steven's Shape Game - Select the shape that best answers the question being asked. This resource includes voice instructions for students
    22. Story of Shapes - Listen to the story of each shape and watch as the shape is drawn. This resource includes voice instructions for students [This expired link is available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive. If the page doesn't load quickly click on Impatient? at the bottom right of the page.]
    23. The Shape and Color Train - Select level 1, 2 or 3 and then choose shapes. Click on the train car that matches the shape being said. This resource includes voice instructions for students
    24. Toy Shapes - Drag the toys to their matching shapes.
  2. Quizzes and Practice Tests
    1. Comparing Shapes Quiz - Look at the shape and identify the object that looks like it.
    2. Identifying Shapes Quiz - Look at the shape and choose the correct answer for the name.
    3. Shapes and Colors - Select the picture that matches the word being spelled and said aloud. This resource includes voice instructions for students
    4. Shape Quiz - 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.

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