This product includes all the mathematic terms your students will need to be successful in your classroom and on standardize tests!
This product includes activities to be used in math centers/small groups or as a whole class review game.
Small groups or individuals can practice the mathematical terms by choosing a content to study. Students can play a Matching Game and I Have… Who Has? Review Game.
Areas of study include:
ANGLES: acute, right, obtuse, straight, reflex, full rotation
TRIANGLES: equilateral, isosceles, scalene, right
QUADRILATERALS: trapezoid, parallelogram, rhombus, rectangle, square, kite
TYPES OF STRAIGHT LINES: horizontal, vertical, diagonal, parallel, perpendicular, intersecting, ray, line segment
NUMBER OPERATIONS and FRACTIONS: sum, difference, product, quotient, numerator, denominator, reciprocal
GEOMETRY: perimeter, area, radius, diameter, circumference, volume
***These items can be purchased separately at my TpT store ****
Also included is a whole class I Have... Who Has? Review Game:
This product includes:
37 I Have… Who Has? review cards.
Blank I Have… Who Has? cards to create your own questions.
A total of 37 cards are included. Give each student one card until all cards have been distributed. Each card must be distributed for the continuous loop to continue. When I have more than 37 students in a class, I have some students pair up. If I have less than 37 students in one class, I give some students more than one card.
The game can begin with the student that has the STAR on his or her card (this is not necessary for the game to work). That student will ask his or her “Who has… question”. The student that has the answer to this question will state “I Have...with the answer”. Then that student will ask his or her “Who has ….question.” This continues until the person that began the game answers his or her question.
If a student does not know an answer, the numbers on the cards will help your class get back on track. The cards are numbered to insure the loop can continue (the answer for number 2 is on card number 3 and so on).
Created by Illuminating Literacy