Are you ready to bring the thrill of soccer into your classroom? How about a fun and exciting game for your students to practice the skills of multiplying and dividing decimal numerals? Try the math activity on this file perfect for those months before, during, and after the soccer season.
Soccer Showdown can be used as a whole-class practice activity, targeted intervention, or as a learning center to reinforce the skill of multiplying and dividing decimal numerals. It is simple to play; students solve a math problem, check their answer, and then roll a pair of dice to make a football move.
Your students are certain to have a fantastic time playing this math game, all the while sharpening their ability to multiply and divide decimal numerals.
Just print, play, and enjoy!
This file contains:
●suggested procedures and management for both methods of play (whole-class and learning center)
●2 Football Frenzy game boards… they differ only in the color of footballs.
●2 dice charts, one with 11 different football outcomes, one with 6 different football outcomes
●2 paper-clip spinners, one with 11 different football outcomes, one with 6 different football outcomes
●3 sets of multiplying decimals recording sheets (and for teachers to have answer documentation)
●3 sets of dividing decimals recording sheets
●3 sets of 16 multiplying decimals question and answer cards
●3 sets of 16 dividing decimals question and answer cards
●1 set of blank recording sheets and answer keys
●1 set of 32 blank question cards and answer cards
Already own a Football Frenzy game? Mix and match the following sets of game cards to reinforce the selected skill, and extend the fun well throughout the season.
Adding & Subtracting Decimals
Adding & Subtracting LIKE Fractions
Adding & Subtracting UNLIKE Fractions
Comparing & Ordering Decimals
Converting Fractions to Decimals
Division with 2-Digit Divisors
Division with 3- & 4-Digit Dividends
Finding the GCF & LCM
Improper Fractions & Mixed Numbers
Measures of Data
Multiply & Divide Decimals
Multiply & Divide Fractions
Multiply & Divide Whole Numbers
Order of Operations
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