It's the end of the year, and you need easy to prep and fun work for your middle school math class. These three different activities are perfect for you when you need engaging print-and-go activities to review materials learned during the school year. These are great for keeping class academic during that end of the school year time while still having some fun! Key idea: it will keep you, your students, and your administrators happy!
This fun game is an academic take on the traditional connect the "capture the square" game. There are two versions: integer operations and multiplying and dividing fractions. Check out the preview to see the details!
These puzzles use reasoning skills to find out which flip flops a group friends is wearing to the beach and what ice cream treat they will eat! There are fun coloring book style illustrations that your students can color--because even "big kids" like to color! Check out the preview!
Review factoring and inequalities with two pages where the right answer gives the students directions on what to color. See the preview for more details!
If you love seasonal and holiday themed resources, take a look at the Seasonal Middle School Bundle to get activities for throughout the year and save!
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