Looking for differentiated homework? A continued review/spiral activity during centers? Review for STAAR? Would you like to have your students work on problems that align directly to the content you are teaching and spiral back previously taught concepts? I have created 11 choice board sheets (over 70 questions!!!!) that cover the following fifth grade skills:
Analyzing and creating stem and leaf plots, scatterplots, bar graphs, dot plots
Classifying 2D shapes in hierarchies
Personal finance: balancing budgets and taxes
Concepts that are spiraled back throughout the sheets are: comparing decimals, multiplying decimals with models, dividing whole number and unit fractions, dividing decimals, expanded form of decimals, PEMDAS order of operations, factor trees, multiplying fractions with models, rounding decimals
Every question is open ended- no multiple choice- so students really need to show their mathematical thinking.
*This is the third set that I created for Quarter 3 of the school year. You can find the first set here: Spiral Choice Boards Set 1
and the second set here: Spiral Choice Boards Set 2
Or better yet- save $2.50 and purchase the entire bundle for 3 quarters of the school year!!
Spiral Choice Boards Sets 1,2,3
I use these as weekly homework for my fifth grade special education students where they do a few a night and the entire sheet is due on Friday when we go over it. But you can also use them for an independent check in, centers, assessments, intervention, warm-up, etc. If used as a weekly homework choice/tic-tac-toe board, these will last you for 8 weeks (using pages 1a and 1b together for a week and 2a and 2b together for the second week!
Answer keys are attached, a blank template for students to show their work on as well
Friendly reminder: Be sure to choose to print in landscape format!
This document is aligned to Texas Standards: 5.4H, 5.6A, 5.6B, 5.7A, 5.5A, 5.10A, 5.10B, 5.10E, 5.10F – a few spiral questions on: 5.2B, 5.3D, 5.3L, 5.3G, 5,2A, 5.4F, 5.4A, 5.3I, 5.3F, 5.2C
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