This game reviews measurement conversions in both the customary and metric system.
How to play:
Pass out 1 card to each student. Each card has an answer on top (that matches up with a different card) and a problem on the bottom.
Have the students solve their card and write down their answer somewhere.
You can either start with one student and have them stand up and say what answer they are looking for (similar to “I have, who has”) or you can just turn the students loose and let them find the person with the domino that matches their answer. This is a great way to get kiddos moving!
Differentiation: The cards range in difficulty. One way you can differentiate is to give the more challenging cards to higher students and the less challenging cards to on level and below level students. If you have a bigger class you could also have students work in pairs to find the answers to their cards.
Since this is a smaller set, I like to make 2 copies, then have the students find the person who has the same card as them and solve it together. In the end, you will end up with 2 loops instead of 1.
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