Five is a Pentagon Activity Pack is a file folder game perfect for math centers, small group work, and remediation. The different games target listening and following directions, counting, one-to-one correspondence, matching, and sorting skills. Five is a Pentagon contains the following learning games:
Game 1: Build the number 5 out of playdoh. Children can use playdoh to shape the number. They can drive matchbox cars around the number. Children can use dry erase markers to trace the number.
Game 2: Build the number 5 out of pattern blocks. Pattern block templates are provided in the Five is a Pentagon Activity Pack.
Game 3: Sort the number 5 by color.
Game 4: Practice writing the number 5 with a dry erase marker.
Game 5: Number 5 puzzles. After laminating, cut along the black lines to make the puzzles and store in a ziplock bag.
Game 6: Number 5 Work Mats are a tool in which to visually represent the number 5 by its name, how it looks, ten frames, and concrete objects.
Game 7: Find and circle the number 5. Children use a dry erase marker and circle all of the number 5’s.
Game 8: Sort the number 5 by size.
Game 9: Number Line. Use the number line to write the missing number.