This activity is a great way to review a multitude of mathematical terms. It includes problem solving, fractions, geometry, and more. I use this as an end of the 4th grade review activity. It could easily be used in 5th or 6th grade as a review as well. One of the things I really like about this activity is the number of skills it requires students to use. Not only understanding math vocabulary, but locating information, and following directions as well.
To complete this activity students will need the 3 pages of directions, 5 blank sheets of paper (folded in half landscape direction), colored pencils or crayons, and a math reference source.
Here are a few examples of some of the tasks students must complete:
Page 6 – Divide the page into thirds.
a. Draw a right angle. Label the angle