My students love playing partner math games. This bundle of partner math games for 5th grade are perfect for whole-group learning activities, early finishers, and even math centers.
This discounted bundle contain 6 sets of math partner games and activities for 5th grade math.
Here are the partner games included in the bundle. Click on the title to read more about the specific games in the set.
Measurement Partner Games: 20+ Games (Metric and Standard Conversions and Volume ONLY)
Decimal Place Value Set:
These partner games review decimal place value skills: place value, comparing place values, writing decimals in word form, standard form, and expanded form, comparing decimals, and rounding decimals.
Multiplication and Division Set:
These partner games review multi-digit multiplication and division: multiplying 3-digit by 2-digit, multiplying 3-digit by 3-digit, multiplying 4-digit by 2-digit, dividing 4-digit by 1-digit, dividing 4-digit by 2-digit, and multiplication & division word problems.
Decimal Operations Set:
These partner games review decimal operations: adding decimals, subtracting decimals, multiplying decimals, dividing decimals, multiplying and dividing decimals by powers of 10, and decimal word problems.
These partner games review converting from mixed numbers to improper fractions, converting from improper fractions to mixed numbers, simplifying fractions, adding and subtracting fractions, adding and subtracting mixed numbers, multiplying fractions, multiplying with mixed numbers, and dividing with unit fractions.
Measurement and Data Set:
These partner games review these 5th grade measurement skills: standard conversions, metric conversions, and volume (cubic units, using the L x W x H formula, and using the area of the base x height formula).
These partner games review the following skills: geometry review from 4th grade, identifying polygons, geometric statements, 2-D shape hierarchies, and coordinate grids (1st Coordinate Only).
Each set includes the same partner activities.
Tic Tac Toe Games
Roll and Race Review
The consistency of the games in each set allows you to teach the rules and expectations once. The students can then apply that to every game they play in the future. The content will be the only thing that changes, allowing the students to focus heavily on the math and not learning new directions or expectations.
See the preview for examples of the games included.
The printable partner games are all black and white and super low prep. No laminating or cutting is needed (one game does require the students to do a little cutting).
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