Fifth and sixth grade students review fractions and decimals while solving real-world word problems. This packet has an earth day theme to engage students in solving math problems that involve recycling and earth friendly practices including gardening. This makes a great packet for students to review fractions and decimals before state testing while having fun.
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These challenging, real-world problems will keep your students engaged while setting expectations for rigor in your classroom. Skills students will apply include operations of large numbers, decimals and fractions. This packet makes a great review before testing while keeping students engaged!
Designed as a project for demonstrating students’ deep understanding of essential 4th and 5th grade standards will provide fifth grade teachers with valuable information about your students’ readiness and students that may be advanced.
Sixth grade teachers will find that the problems involve deep understanding of essential skills your students may need to review. Use this packet to spiral back to place value, decimals and fractions.
Students often are frustrated with the number of beginning-of-the-year assessments and yet we need that early information to guide our teaching. We created this resource to provide you with data while engaging students in a high-interest theme of earth friendly recycling and gardening.
This packet will also provide you with valuable information as to the perseverance your students have previously built as mathematicians.
Possible Uses in the Classroom
Providing students with a packet is a great way for students to work at her own pace, and differentiation will come naturally, providing you with the opportunity to do daily one-on-one and small group teaching, while the rest of the class happily engages in the project.
This makes an excellent packet for earlier finishers, as well as, for home school students of various ages or grades.
You may wish to have students work individually, in pairs or in small groups. Here are just a few ideas:
Math centers or stations
As early finisher work or enrichment
for an independent small group
For home school study