Geometry “Eyeballing” Game

January 8th, 2018 by ClickSchooling Leave a reply »


It’s Monday, January 8, 2018, and time for Math at ClickSchooling!


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Geometry “Eyeballing” Game


Age Range: 10 and up (Grades 5 and up, approximately; children with parental supervision)


Are you one of those people who needs to straighten slightly crooked pictures on the wall, when others aren’t even aware that something is just a little off square, off center, or not quite straight?

Then you’ll love this website that provides a free game that allows you to test your ability to determine if things are straight or crooked, while improving your spatial relativity and visual geometry skills.

When you get to the site you will see the game screen displayed. Click on “Help/About” below the screen, to get information on how the game works. You’ll have one chance in each of the following 7 categories to get the shapes as close as you can to their true form: 

  • Parallelogram
  • Midpoint of a Line Segment
  • Bisect an Angle
  • Center of a Triangle
  • Center of a Circle
  • Right Angle
  • Convergence Point of 3 Line Segments

Your speed and accuracy count. At the end of 21 questions you can see where you place among other site visitors who have played the “Eyeballing Game.” The game records your times and margin of error for each of your three tries.

This site is sponsored by an engineer who enjoys woodworking. You can see the rest of his site by clicking on the “” icon at the bottom of the game page. We have NOT reviewed that site, so parents, as always, should preview and supervise use.


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