Geometry 5th Grade: 7 games for CCSS

Geometry 5th Grade: 7 games for CCSS
Geometry 5th Grade: 7 games for CCSS
Geometry 5th Grade: 7 games for CCSS
Geometry 5th Grade: 7 games for CCSS
Geometry 5th Grade: 7 games for CCSS
Geometry 5th Grade: 7 games for CCSS
Geometry 5th Grade: 7 games for CCSS
Geometry 5th Grade: 7 games for CCSS
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These 7 games have everything you need for Common Core-aligned fifth grade geometry for only $1 each! The games reinforce each geometry Common Core standard (5.G.A.1, 5.G.A.2, 5.G.A.3, 5.G.A.4) covering key learning targets for coordinate grids, ordered pairs, and classifying 2D shapes, including:

• Identify the x- and y-axis

• Locate the origin on the coordinate system

• Identify coordinates of a point on a coordinate system

• Recognize and describe the connection between the ordered pair and the x- and y- axis

• Represent real world and math problems by graphing points in the first quadrant

• Interpret coordinate points in real world problems

• Classify 2D shapes into a category and subcategories

• Classify 2D shapes can be classified into one or more categories

• Classify two-dimensional figures into categories and/or sub-categories (hierarchy) based on their attributes

Although the games are perfect for two player math stations, math centers, math tubs, etc., you can engage your students in meaningful problem solving discussions by having them all play the same game at the same time for about 10 minutes per day. This is a math partner game routine I've created and explained thoroughly in the product download (click the "Preview" button to the right to read about it now.) These are the three main benefits to having all kids play the same game at the same time: 1) You can conduct mini-lessons and strategy discussions around shared experiences before and after game play, 2) You can focus on facilitating critical thinking and observing students' problem solving attempts during game play, and 3) Students play the same game for a week, so you have lots of targeted opportunities for reinforcing higher-level thinking skills, identifying and addressing misconceptions, and scaffolding student learning.

There are so many games included in this product that you can play some during math partner game routines, use some as small group lessons or whole class lesson activities, place some in your math centers, and even send some home for students to play with their families! The game cards and resources can double as student manipulatives during math lessons. Each and every one of these versatile games features:

- Integration of higher-level thinking and critical thinking skills (not just rote practice)

- Hands-on activities through which kids actively construct knowledge: no worksheets!

- Options for open-ended game play so that students are not "finished" until time is up

- "Challenge" activities to extend game play and/or differentiate it

- "Math Talk" questions/prompts to encourage students to analyze strategies and reflect orally or in writing about what they're learning

These two player math games were created for (not retro-fitted to) the increased rigor of the CCSS, so they will be challenging for most students. The games are designed to help you model and reinforce the math practices and core content skills that students will need when solving complex, multi-step word problems. Here's what you'll get in the product download:

* 20 pages of info and forms that contain everything you need to get started with math partner games. There are blank partner game lists, tips (with photos!) for how to create/ store/ organize/ distribute/ collect the games, and lots of ideas for how the games can be used for skill-based mini lessons and math journal reflections.

* 7 pages of game instructions: there's one page for each game, featuring the materials needed, directions for game play, a Challenge activity, Math Talk

questions/prompts, the CCSS alignment, and student-friendly "I Can" statements.

* 31 pages of outer solar system/space-themed game boards, cards, and other colorful and fun materials for game play. Most of the materials are open-ended and can be used in lots of different ways so you have fewer items to print and create. The only additional items you need to provide are page protector sheets and Vis-à-vis or dry erase markers.

UPDATED: PRINT AND GO! You now get a zip folder with purchase that includes individual PDFs for each game! If you only want to print and use one game at a time, you can easily print just the PDF with that game’s instructions and materials.

PLEASE NOTE: I have adapted each game concept to meet the level of rigor required at the corresponding grade level, and no two games are exactly alike. However, because there is some overlap in the geometry standards between grade levels, some of the games and materials in the 1st-5th grade geometry products are similar. Please keep this in mind when considering whether to purchase games for multiple grade levels.

I'm in the process of creating Common Core aligned math partner games for all CCSS domains in grades 1-5. If you'd like to receive an email from TpT when I've added a new grade level or skill/concept to the math partner games product series, click "Follow" at the top of my store page.

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See what other teachers are saying!

Awesome resources for Geometry standards!! Thanks so much! - Tracy P.

Fun, creative and interactive, with lots of use of math vocabulary for the students. - Anonymous Buyer

Can't wait to incorporate these into centers during our next math module! - Temra B.

So helpful to have these games to reinforce and differentiate groups! Thank you! - Dayna D.

Tons of great games to use to reinforce coordinate graphing!! - Christine S.

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Be sure to check out my website where there are hundreds of pages of classroom management resources that make teaching more effective, efficient, and enjoyable! You'll find photos, activities, printable forms/posters, and more.

Enjoy!

Angela

Log in to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Classify two-dimensional figures in a hierarchy based on properties.
Understand that attributes belonging to a category of two-dimensional figures also belong to all subcategories of that category. For example, all rectangles have four right angles and squares are rectangles, so all squares have four right angles.
Represent real world and mathematical problems by graphing points in the first quadrant of the coordinate plane, and interpret coordinate values of points in the context of the situation.
Use a pair of perpendicular number lines, called axes, to define a coordinate system, with the intersection of the lines (the origin) arranged to coincide with the 0 on each line and a given point in the plane located by using an ordered pair of numbers, called its coordinates. Understand that the first number indicates how far to travel from the origin in the direction of one axis, and the second number indicates how far to travel in the direction of the second axis, with the convention that the names of the two axes and the coordinates correspond (e.g., 𝘹-axis and 𝘹-coordinate, 𝘺-axis and 𝘺-coordinate).
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