I Spy a Mismatch
What You Need
A pen or pencil and paper.
What To Do
Create an “I spy a mismatch” shape game to play with your child:
Once your child is skilled at finding the mismatch between shapes, you can have your child find the mismatch between features of shapes. For example, you could draw three different 4-sided shapes (e.g. square, rectangle, and rhombus) and one triangle. Then see if your child is able to identify which shape is different and describe why it is different (for example, the triangle doesn’t belong with the rest of the shapes, because it has 3 sides and the others have 4 sides).