YEAR END REVIEW!
This is a collection of ALL of my Math File Review task Card (180 task cards!), representing all five math strands. This collection was designed as a year end review for 5th grade, but could be used with upper end 4th graders (or as a preview for 5th!) or to review some 6th grade skills.
There are 5 sets of cards here - 180 task cards in all. Save $5.00 by purchasing this bundle ($14.00 for all five sets!). That's like getting two of the smaller sets for free!
The following review cards are included in this pack:
Number Sense – 56 cards covering: identifying fractions on a number line; simplifying fractions; factors & multiples; mixed numbers and improper fractions; adding/subtracting fractions & mixed numbers; representing decimals on a grid; naming fractions, decimals, and percent's; addition/subtraction/multiplication/division of whole and decimal numbers; comparing & ordering fractions & decimals; rounding decimal and whole numbers; using expressions; place value up to millions; ratios; elapsed time and multiple step word problems.
Data & Graphs – 28 cards covering: reading and creating a variety of charts and graphs – including line, circle, pictograph, and bar graphs; median, mode, range, and mean; probability
Measurement – 28 cards covering: Using a ruler to the nearest ½ inch and nearest cm; area & perimeter; converting measurements in both customary and metric systems – weight, volume, length; estimating appropriate choice of measurement.
Geometry – 40 cards covering: polygons, triangles, quadrilaterals, angles, finding measurements of interior angles, congruent & similar shapes, symmetry, constructing and deconstructing shapes, translations, rotations, reflections; volume, nets.
Algebra – 28 cards covering: evaluating expressions, variables, finding the rule, solving the missing part of a pattern (using addition, subtraction, multiplication, and addition), 2 step patterns, order of operations, solving simple equations, inequalities
Ideas for using these task cards:
1) Use in a center.
2) Use for small group instruction.
3) Use as assessment for checking student's ability to move on to the next skill.
4) Set out for use by those who finish their work early.
5) Use for partner work. Students choose a card and their partner works the problem out on a white board or scrap paper. Check each other's answers.
6) Use these as a part of whole class lessons, interactive bulletin boards, etc.
7) Play games such as Jeopardy and Scoot!
The individual cards can be found here:
Math Review Files - Numbers and Operations Review Task Cards
Math Review Files - Data and Graphs Review Task Cards
Math Review Files - Measurement Review Task Cards
Math Files Review - Geometry Review Task Cards
Math Files - Algebra Review Task Cards