Finding angles in our names. I Like the idea in this pin, but I would have the students look for angles in the shapes using their protractors. I would initially give the students words like "Adam" to find the angles since there are many. Then I would allow the students to pick their own word, draw it, color the angles different colors, then measure and label.
This K-1st Smart Board file contains four different games that reinforce 1) identification of 2D shapes regardless of their position or size, 2) classification of solid and flat shapes, and 3) drawing shapes and writing their names. This game is kindergarten common core based and includes a download for a printable assessment worksheet that contains the standard(s) covered and an "I Can" statement.
Fall Reproducible Page - Pumpkin Patch Pals for practicing colors, shapes, and color names. Want skill-builders for every month of the year in ONE resource? The Big Book of Monthly Reproducibles series is your answer! Check out the grade-specific issues at http://store.oblockbooks.com/search.php?search_query=%22big+book+of+monthly+reproducibles%22=0=0