Your students will enjoy making "Inky" the spider slider. Use him as a review, or whole-group assess by calling out a shape and having students hold up Inky when they slide to it. Colors can also be reinforced, as well as spatial directions: Put your spider slider in your right hand; put Inky above your head, under your arm etc.
8 pages. Common Core State Standards: RF.K3c, K.G.2
Several standards are covered in this easy-reader booklet that reinforces coins and shapes. Students trace and write the coin word, value and shape word. They trace the shape and then draw it on the pumpkin; cutting and gluing the coin(s) to the matching numbered boxes.
Here are 5 more fall-themed shape matching games. Print, laminate and trim. Students place the colored shape tile on to the matching shape on the leaf, spider, bat, owl, or turkey card. I've included a blank template for each theme, so you can program with more shapes or whatever.
This pumpkin slider "craftivity" is a fun way to review the various flat-shapes and their shape words. You can make one and use as a teacher manipulative, or have all of your students make one. It's a quick whole-group or individual assessment tool too.
These games are a wonderful way to practice life skills, as well as a variety of math standards.
Reinforce your 2D-flat shapes, with this 1- to -1 correspondence game. Students place their shape tile on the matching pumpkin. Make extra sets to play a Memory Match game, or "I Have; Who Has?" Also includes a blank set of pumpkins for you to program with whatever.
Reinforce your 2D-flat shapes, with this 1- to -1 correspondence game. Students place their shape tile on the matching apple. Make extra sets to play a Memory Match game, or "I Have; Who Has?" Also includes a blank set of apples for you to program with whatever.
Students manipulate their barn sliders to show the shape + shape word that the teacher is asking for. Glue a student's face over the farm girl/boy to make this extra special. A quick, easy and fun way to whole-group assess.