Shape Games for Third Grade


Third grade is an exciting time where students get introduced to more complex shapes beyond the basic square, triangle and circle covered in previous grades. Turtle Diary's shape games for third graders cover the fundamentals of quadrilaterals, polygons, tangrams, and so much more. Our games will also test students' preliminary knowledge of shape design elements and characteristics such as rays, lines, and line segments. It's important that students develop a comprehensive understanding of complex shapes in third grade, because more complex geometric concepts will soon be introduced in later grades. As we all know, math is an evolving practice, which is why it's important to equip students with creative resources to master math skills as they are taught. Try playing Turtle Diary's third grade shapes games as an innovative teaching method that will engage kids in learning.

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