Having choice is huge for our students, especially when they are learning at home, independently or through distance learning. Do you need an easy-to-prep and implement resource to offer your students choice in math? Try math choice boards!
Math choice boards are an effective way to implement variety and choice into your math instruction.
Google classroom versions are now included for all of the math choice boards, make this resource ideal for distance learning! Please see page 3 of each resource for directions and the link!
This 5th grade math resource contains 24 math choice boards - one choice board for the 5th grade math standards (based on the common core standards). Some of the standards are combined if it made sense to combine them onto one math choice board.
Each choice board contains a variety of math tasks for the students to complete independently. Most of the boards contain 8 tasks for the students to complete. (Two boards contain fewer tasks to have extra space for the tasks.)
Number cards (whole, decimal, and fraction) have been included in the choice boards for you to print. The only materials needed that are not included are two dice.
The printable choice boards are available in black and white and color versions. Due to the nature of the activities, no answer key is included.
Please see page 3 of each resource for the link to the Google Classroom as well as the directions and a few tips.
All materials and tools have been provided for the students through the google slides. There are no additional tools needed.
These digital math choice boards would make excellent distance learning resources. Your students will have some freedom to choose the activities they complete, while still practicing the grade level skills.
The choice boards could be used for
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