Your students will have a blast playing this fun game for math review. This is an entire class activity where they move around the room quietly to solve all sixteen math problems.
All of the problems in this set include identifying the EATEN or NOT EATEN parts of the pizza, so students have to read the cards carefully. Use this formatively to find out what your students know, or use it as a review game for extra practice.
This game is played the same as all of my other Math Movers Games. This is different than my other identifying fractions game, in that this one features cute robots and has different questions.
This set includes: a cover page for a manila envelope, setup instructions, how to play directions, sixteen fraction cards, a recording sheet, and an answer key.
Directions for Game Play:
Place each of the sixteen numbered fraction cards, face up, on different desks. Not every desk may have one. We have tables, so I place them face up, randomly, around the room.
Give students a recording sheet. There are sixteen spaces with numbers to match the cards. The students walk around the room quietly and solve all of the problems on the cards and write their answers in the coordinating spaces on the recording sheet.
If they have trouble with one, they write the card number in the "I need help section." If another student sees a student with a card number in the "I need Help Section", they can help the other student with the problem.
As students finish in pairs, they each get an answer sheet, sit quietly, and check each others' work. I either collect for data, or have them place the papers in their mailboxes to go home.
I hope this helps explain how the game is played. My students love playing math movers. Each student solves all sixteen problems, everyone in your class can play no matter how many students you have.
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