Connect Four: Multiplying Decimals

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Connect Four: Multiplying Decimals
Connect Four: Multiplying Decimals
Connect Four: Multiplying Decimals
Connect Four: Multiplying Decimals
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Grade Levels
4th, 5th, 6th
Resource Types
Common Core Standards
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Purchase all 14 of my Connect Four math games as a part of the full bundle at the link below.

Connect Four: Full-Year Bundle

This Connect Four game is intended for upper elementary or middle school math classrooms. The game is played in small groups or partners (2-6 players). This product includes:

1) Rules of Play and Instructions
2) 6 Multiplying Decimals Game Boards
3) 16 Multiplying Decimals Playing Cards
4) 3 Multiplying Decimals Answer Sheets

In the Connect Four game, students flip over a playing card and must solve the problem on the card. Once a student gets their answer, they must cover up that answer on their board. The first person to get four in a row wins the game.

This activity is great as a small group activity or as a math center.

Be sure to check out some of my other products for math in the upper grades at the following links!

Math Enrichment Full-Year Bundle - 6th Grade
Math Brain Busters Bundle

Get the majority of my math products at a large discount by purchasing them as a part of my Math Mega Bundle.

Math Mega Bundle (6th Grade Math)
Total Pages
15
Answer Key
Does Not Apply
Teaching Duration
30 Minutes

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Connect Four: Multiplying Decimals
Connect Four: Multiplying Decimals
Connect Four: Multiplying Decimals
Connect Four: Multiplying Decimals