Need to get those lazy bones moving? Need to find an innovative way to get your students away from the computer, the classroom and their books? You can still teach the Mathematics curriculum. You can improve conversion skills between common fractions and decimals. You can play this fun, physical game called Three Stations.
You will need to take your students outside to a playing field or to the gym, then set up 3 tables with 3 question cards and 3 pens on each. From there, blow the whistle and send the 3 teams to complete the questions at each station in a relay.
This resource contains 10 pages which include:
• “Teacher Instructions” to help you get the most from the game
• Instructions for the game, “Three Stations”
• 2 Sets of Question Cards for changing common fractions to decimals
• 2 Sets of Question Cards for changing decimals to common fractions
• Answer key