Have you ever played SCOOT before? This fun game is played instead of having your students sit at their seats and fill out a boring worksheet. Play this game when reviewing how to round numbers to the nearest 100,000 10,000 1,000 or 100.
We use engaged New York math for our curriculum which aligns with common core 4th grade, and this SCOOT game is the same questions as the problem set lesson 10.
How to play: Cut out the question cards 1- 18 and tape them up in the classroom or hallway. Pass out the recording sheet for students to write down their answers on. I use a timer with 1 minute per question. One student at a question and when the time is up you say, "SCOOT". Students then move to the next question. If they need more time to answer they put a star next to that number and then I give them 5 minutes at the end to go back to any questions they had starred to work on more.
Have fun! My students LOVE SCOOT.
I have more SCOOT games at my store that go along with 4th grade math... check them out