When teaching about 3D Shapes, the fun never ends! From my first year of teaching to now, I've realized that students love geometry and shapes. I think that this is because they enjoy creating and/or playing with actual shape models and it is a topic that is more concrete and tangible than most of the other abstract topics in math. In my class, my 3D shape center has more games and activities than other centers (because of the versatility of the topic). My students love them.
One of the games I created is this 3D Shape Memory Card Game to reinforce important facts about cubes, cuboids, spheres, cones, triangular based pyramids, rectangular based pyramids and triangular prisms. It helps students to identify these 3D shapes by their names, pictures, nets and real world examples. There are a total of 32 cards and they can also be used as flash cards. All you have to do is print, laminate and cut the cards out. Get it here at TpT or Teachers Notebook.