One of my favorite ways to practice these terms is to make a class dictionary. Our class roams the school in pairs with digital cameras and iPads/iPods and take pictures of a list of geometry terms (example: quadrilateral, hexagon, parallel lines, obtuse angle, etc). Each pair is given a checklist of items to look for as we walk. When we finish our hunt students can either create a collage or powerpoint presentation of their findings (adding labels to each picture using a geometric term). I then choose a few pictures of each term to print out and create a class book. This book is a great reference tool for the class and students enjoy applying this knowledge to the real world.
My TpT store has many products lending itself to an elementary level study of geometry (grades 1-5) from polygons, geometry terms, perimeter and area, etc. Check it out! Here are a few of my favorite products:
Lines and Angles Matching Game and Worksheet
This matching game features many key geometry terms with images for students to match in a "Go Fish" style game. An assessment worksheet is also included along with answer keys.
Differentiated Polygon Scoot and Worksheet
This product includes 3 levels of practice with polygons ...perfect for print and go differentiation! Play it as a scoot game or use as task cards (answer keys included). Differentiated worksheets/assessments are also included in this purchase!
Stop by my TpT store where I am putting all of my geometry items on sale for the remainder of February!