Solids Reference Posters and Memory Game

Solids Reference Posters and Memory Game

The Solids Reference Posters & Memory Game by I Heart Grade 3 is an educational resource that helps young learners understand the properties of different types of solids. This bundle includes a set of reference posters that visually explain the characteristics of solids, as well as a memory game that reinforces these concepts through interactive play.

The reference posters feature colorful illustrations of different types of solids, including geometric shapes, prisms, and pyramids. These posters are a great tool for teachers to use in the classroom, as well as for parents to use at home to support their child’s learning.

The memory game included in this bundle is a fun and engaging way for children to practice identifying different types of solids and matching them with their properties. By playing this game, children can improve their memory skills while also deepening their understanding of the properties of solids.

Whether you’re a teacher looking for engaging classroom resources or a parent looking to supplement your child’s learning at home, the Solids Reference Posters & Memory Game by I Heart Grade 3 is a valuable resource that will help children develop a strong foundation in science and mathematics.

This file includes:

* 2 different sets of posters – one with children and one without

* 4 pages of Memory Game Cards that include 2 backing sheets for the game pieces as well as 2 pages of playing pieces.

Assembly of the game pieces is required.

For best results, print onto cardstock paper and laminate. You may make as many copies as you need for your classroom.

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Monica Dunbar

My name is Monica and I am the creator here at I Heart Grade 3. I live in Quebec, Canada. Like you, I wear many hats. I am a mom of three children, a wife, a dog mom, a full time teacher, curriculum creator, published author, figure skating and hockey fan, voracious reader, wine drinker, Tim Hortons fanatic, and afternoon nap time enthusiast!

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