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Need a quick way to review key math concepts?

Try TJ's Grade 5-8 Math Review Bank!

Knowing how to do problems for homework is not enough. Students must understand the basic concepts well if they want to master math.

This review pack of 250+ question prompts, arranged by concept/strand provides a quick and easy way for you to quiz student or for student to review independently.

Students are asked to explain concepts, spell key terms, or perform a math activity.

Assign the prompts to students as a daily review activity or use to wrap up a unit!

Don't wrack your brain trying to come up with meaningful review questions. TJ has done the grind work for you!

Covers the following topics:

WORD NAMES

COMPARING NUMBERS

ROUNDING NUMERALS ROMAN NUMERALS

PROPERTIES OF ADDITION

ADDITION

SUBTRACTION

NUMBER SENTENCES

MULTIPLICATION

PROPERTIES OF MULTIPLICATION

MULTIPLES

EXPONENTS

DIVISION

DIVISIBILITY RULES

PRIME/COMPOSITE NUMBERS

GCF

AVERAGE

DECIMALS

MEASUREMENT

FRACTIONS

PERCENT

PROBABILITY

GEOMETRY

GRAPHS

INTEGERS

GRAPHING COORDINATES

STATISTICS

Sample Question Prompts:

157.0Which number in a fraction tells how many parts there are in the whole of something?

158. What are equal fractions (fractions showing the same amount)

159. Find the first four equal fractions for a given fraction. What is the shortcut method of finding equal

fractions?

160. How do we tell if a fraction is simplified or not (simplified if it is proper and the GCF is 1)

161. How do we reduce a fraction? (break the denominator and numerator into their prime

factorizations and cancel out common factors)

197. What is the approximate value of pi in decimal form? in fractional form?

198. What is pi defined as? (circumference/diameter)

199. What is volume?

249. What do coordinates tell? (position)

250. Which number of an ordered pair tells you the “x” coordinate? the” y” coordinate?

251. Which axis is vertical? horizontal?

252. Identify the four quadrants.

253. Given a coordinate (ordered pair), tell what quadrant it is in.

254. Given a point, tell its coordinates

255. Spell: coordinate, quadrant, vertical, horizontal.

Try TJ's Grade 5-8 Math Review Bank!

Knowing how to do problems for homework is not enough. Students must understand the basic concepts well if they want to master math.

This review pack of 250+ question prompts, arranged by concept/strand provides a quick and easy way for you to quiz student or for student to review independently.

Students are asked to explain concepts, spell key terms, or perform a math activity.

Assign the prompts to students as a daily review activity or use to wrap up a unit!

Don't wrack your brain trying to come up with meaningful review questions. TJ has done the grind work for you!

Covers the following topics:

WORD NAMES

COMPARING NUMBERS

ROUNDING NUMERALS ROMAN NUMERALS

PROPERTIES OF ADDITION

ADDITION

SUBTRACTION

NUMBER SENTENCES

MULTIPLICATION

PROPERTIES OF MULTIPLICATION

MULTIPLES

EXPONENTS

DIVISION

DIVISIBILITY RULES

PRIME/COMPOSITE NUMBERS

GCF

AVERAGE

DECIMALS

MEASUREMENT

FRACTIONS

PERCENT

PROBABILITY

GEOMETRY

GRAPHS

INTEGERS

GRAPHING COORDINATES

STATISTICS

Sample Question Prompts:

157.0Which number in a fraction tells how many parts there are in the whole of something?

158. What are equal fractions (fractions showing the same amount)

159. Find the first four equal fractions for a given fraction. What is the shortcut method of finding equal

fractions?

160. How do we tell if a fraction is simplified or not (simplified if it is proper and the GCF is 1)

161. How do we reduce a fraction? (break the denominator and numerator into their prime

factorizations and cancel out common factors)

197. What is the approximate value of pi in decimal form? in fractional form?

198. What is pi defined as? (circumference/diameter)

199. What is volume?

249. What do coordinates tell? (position)

250. Which number of an ordered pair tells you the “x” coordinate? the” y” coordinate?

251. Which axis is vertical? horizontal?

252. Identify the four quadrants.

253. Given a coordinate (ordered pair), tell what quadrant it is in.

254. Given a point, tell its coordinates

255. Spell: coordinate, quadrant, vertical, horizontal.

Total Pages

10 pages

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