Geometry isn't just for high schoolers with these delightfully animated geometry games! With activities designed for every skill level, our geometry games help students lay the foundation for future math success. From beginner shape and pattern recognition to measuring angles and working with fractions, there is a game just waiting for your child to press "play"!
Beginning Geometry Made Fun
Because most students don't take a dedicated geometry class until high school, many students (and parents too) think geometry must be a daunting subject. However, many skills that lay the foundation for geometry study can actually be learned from the very first days of school. Young learners--even at the preschool and kindergarten levels--can explore beginning geometry ideas like shape recognition through matching activities, solving puzzles, sorting, and completing patterns. Start with simple, familiar shapes like squares, circles, and triangles, and let your kids work their way to new and more complex challenges. In higher level geometry games, students will discover shapes they may not have learned before, such as the pentagon and parallelogram, as well differentiating 2D and 3D shapes. Students who are ready to kick it up a notch can play games focused on edges and vertices, measuring angles, fractions, and even using coordinates on a map. You don't need to wait until your kids start high school to acquaint them with geometry. By introducing basic geometry concepts early, your students can build their confidence and feel more comfortable as they progress to more advanced math practice.