Math Warm-Ups 4th & 5th Grade - Printable + Digital Warm-Ups BUNDLE

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Description

Transition your students into the math lesson, get their minds ready for math, and get them thinking with these math warm-ups targeted to review and apply grade-level skills.

Math warm-ups are activities that help students get mentally prepared for their math lessons. These activities are a great way to review previously learned skills, get students thinking about math in different ways, and have them discuss and defend their mathematical thinking.

This resource includes three types of math warm-ups.

Each type of warm-up has 10 tasks for a total of 30 printable and digital warm-ups per set.

***BONUS FREEBIE: 12 warm-ups that have content that is easier and accessible for students in grades 4-5. A great way to introduce warm-ups to your math routine, your students will have a chance to focus on learning the warm-up routine and the expectations.***


The bundle includes 162 warm-ups!

Starter Set: Easier Content (4th & 5th Grade)

Content Includes:

  • Odd and even numbers
  • Place value
  • Comparing numbers
  • Rounding numbers (numbers less than 100)
  • Basic multiplication

Set 1: Whole Number Review (4th Grade)

Content Includes:

  • Odd and even numbers
  • Place value
  • Multiples
  • Comparing numbers
  • Prime and composite numbers
  • Representing numbers in different ways
  • Basic multiplication
  • Addition and subtraction (varies from 2-digit to 4-digit)

Set 2: Whole Number Review (4th Grade)

Content Includes:

  • Whole numbers to the millions place
  • Rounding
  • Place value
  • Comparing numbers
  • Addition and subtraction to a million

Set 3: Decimal Review (5th Grade)

Content Includes:

  • Place value
  • Comparing decimals
  • Rounding decimals
  • Representing equivalent decimals in different ways
  • Adding decimals
  • Subtracting decimals

Set 4: Fraction Review (4th & 5th Grade)

Content Includes:

  • Equivalent fractions
  • Comparing fractions
  • Adding and subtracting mixed numbers with common denominators

Set 5: Fraction Review (5th Grade)

Content includes:

  • Comparing fractions
  • Equivalent fractions
  • Fractions equivalent to a whole
  • Fractions greater than one
  • Simplifying fractions
  • Comparing mixed numbers
  • Converting mixed numbers to fractions greater than one and vice versa
  • Adding and subtracting mixed numbers.
  • All fractions have unlike denominators.

About the Printable Warm Up Task Cards

There are TWO versions of each set included: color and black & white for an ink-saving option!

There are also optional covers and direction cards you can include if you use this as an independent center.

About the Digital Math Warm Up Activities

The digital activities include the same content as the printables, but have been redesigned for an interactive and engaging experience in Google Slides. Each slide includes moveable pieces and editable text boxes for students to record their responses and show their answers.

Odd One Out Math Activities

  • This type of math warm-up asks students to look at four whole numbers, decimals, fractions, or mixed numbers and determine which one doesn't belong out of each group. This is a great activity for review because it requires students to think about what characteristics the other three numbers have in common and how the fourth is different.

Note: A hint sheet is included for this warm-up if you want to support your students through this activity. If you’d like a digital version with hints included, be sure to find the alternate link on page 5 of each PDF.

Two Truths and a Lie Math Activities

  • For this math activity, students will be given a whole number, decimal, fraction, or mixed number, and then three statements about it. The student will need to study the statements and determine which are true and which is the lie.

Which One? Math Activities

  • This math warm-up requires students to read a situation and then solve the math for three options that would fit the requirements or meet the needs of the situation. Based on the math, students will choose the best option and defend their choice.

These math warm-ups are flexible and can be used in many ways. Here are some ideas:

  • Use the digital version for a whole class math warm-up.
  • Use the task card version for small group warm-ups.
  • Use the digital or task card version as a math center.
  • Use the digital or task card version for early finishers.
Total Pages
162 Warm-Ups + Digital
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