Students perform fraction multiplication and division while learning about Pacific Northwest Indians. After completing their math worksheets, students practice their writing skills with an informational paragraph on their subject. The subjects have been chosen specifically for 5th grade, and will reinforce content from multiple disciplines in one activity. This activity is perfect for review, early finishers, whole class, differentiation, enrichment, and sub packets.
Each subject comes with it's own:
Teacher answer key
Informational paragraph writing and writing checklist
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