Want to keep students on their toes with previous concepts? Sprint practices will refresh the concepts quickly and effectively. Both the teacher and the student will immediately have feedback about their knowledge on these concepts.
This activity consists of two rounds of sprint practice for 8 different math topics. The topics in this activity include the following: multiplication of fractions, division of fractions, rational numbers inequality statements, addition and subtraction equations, integer addition, integer subtraction, integer division and generating equivalent expressions. Each round has at least 16 questions.
Sprint practice is short and a great way to keep math concepts current with students. They can be used in a classroom setting, tutoring or in math centers. Subs or aids could follow these activities easily.