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Understanding Powers of Ten: 40 Math Cards with Four Games 5B14

K8MathSense
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  1. These 14 versatile card sets will deepen students' understanding of key fifth grade math concepts. The card sets are quick-prep – just print 5 sheets of paper and cut the cards apart! These are FUN & EASY to use by kids with a partner or with a teacher, tutor, parent, or sibling. These activitie
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This FREE set of cards focuses on models and expressions for powers of ten. Use these fun cards with small groups, or send parents the five card pages to cut apart and play four different games with their kids at home. The code 5B14 stands for the grade, CCSS domain, cluster, and goal.

FEATURES

• 36 math cards as 9 groups of four cards, one from each of four suits

• 4 wild cards for games

• A recording sheet and answer key

• Instructions for four easy-to-learn games

SEE LINKS TO MORE GAMES FOR GRADES 3-5 BELOW

Hint: Jot down the four-digit codes to use as search terms.

40-CARD SETS FOR ALGEBRA DOMAIN

3A23: Fact Families for Square Numbers

4A13: Solving Simple Equations

5A11: Expressions with Parentheses

40-CARD SETS FOR BASE TEN DOMAIN
3B12: Adding 3-Digit Numbers

3B15: Multiplying Tens by Ones

4B11: Multiplying and Dividing by 10

4B13: 6-Digit Numbers in Expanded Form

5B14: Understanding Powers of Ten (FREE)

5B16: Understanding Thousandths

40-CARD SETS FOR FRACTIONS DOMAIN

3F13: Fractions on the Number Line (The Top Seller!)

3F16: Unit Fractions and Fractions Equal to Wholes

3F16: Eighths as Fourths, Halves, and Wholes
4F11: Equivalent Fractions on Number Lines

4F11: Equivalent Fractions with Square Models

4F21: Mixed Numbers on the Number Line

4F21: Mixed Numbers and Fractions: Thirds

4F25: Decomposing Fractions

4F32: Adding Fractions in Tenths and Hundredths
5F11: Equivalent Fractions with Square Models

5F12: Adding Fractions with Unlike Denominators

5F23: Multiplying Unit Fractions Using Models

5F23: Multiplying Fractions Using Area Models

5F26: Dividing Unit Fractions by Whole Numbers

5F27: Dividing Whole Numbers by Unit Fractions

40-CARD SETS FOR GEOMETRY DOMAIN

3G12: Unit Fractions of Shapes
4G13: Acute, Right, and Obtuse
5G11: Understanding Coordinates

40-CARD SETS FOR MEASUREMENT DOMAIN

3M32: Counting Squares to Find Area

3M33: Understanding Area of a Rectangle

3M41: Understanding Perimeter of a Rectangle

3M41: Perimeter of Polygons

3M43: Same Area, Different Perimeter (FREE)

3M44: Same Perimeter, Different Area
4M16: Inches, Feet, and Yards on a Number Line

4M17: Rectangles with Equal Areas
5M33: Understanding Volume

5M35: Expressions for Volume

POPULAR RESOURCES FOR GRADES K-8

• COMMON CORE MATH STANDARDS POSTER SETS: Grades K-8, Grades K-5, or Grades 4-8. Get one poster per grade level showing all goals organized by cluster.

• MATH CARD GAME BUNDLES: Kindergarten, Grade 1, Grade 2, Grade 3, Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 6, Grade 7, and Grade 8. Get games to use all year.

• BASIC FACTS CARD GAME BUNDLES:Addition Facts Bundle (9 sets),Subtraction Facts Bundle (9 sets), Addition and Subtraction Fact Families Bundle (9 sets), Multiplication Facts (9 Sets), Multiplication and Division Fact Families (9 Sets), Division Facts (9 Sets).

• MATH REVIEW BUNDLES: Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 6, Grade 7, and Grade 8. For each grade level there are 4 parallel review packets that can be used to check progress.

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Explain patterns in the number of zeros of the product when multiplying a number by powers of 10, and explain patterns in the placement of the decimal point when a decimal is multiplied or divided by a power of 10. Use whole-number exponents to denote powers of 10.

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