Skills include: Time, money, fractions, Area, geometry, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, etc…
This activity\game comes with 42 math problems (21 on a K-2 level and 21 on a 3rd-5th level). There are a variety of math skills covered in this activity. The problems are formatted in sets of 2 (ex: Pages 3-4 are both area questions representing each level). Students (or you) can choose the level that best represents their ability—perfect for differentiation!
For best use: Print out each page. Paste each set onto a piece of construction paper or card stock (one on each side) and then laminate. Students can flip to the side that matches their ability. I used this game to review skills and formatted after a musical chairs or cake walk concept. Math themed music played and students walked around the room (problems were placed in a large circle on the floor like tiles for students to walk on). When the music stopped, students would solve the problem they were standing on. I wrote numbers on the laminated product and called out a “winning number” for each round. Students earned a star\ticket\token that they could cash in later for each problem solved correctly. By using this format, students had the opportunity to solve a variety of review problems. There is an answer key provided in the middle of the document. As a resource\special education teacher, I included visual cues for solving many of the problems. This could also be used as a back to school ice breaker to review math skills from the previous year!