This has developed into a great package deal of 6 math review activities that can be used in over 14 ways year after year!
The first activity is called "Drawing on Multiplication". It reviews 2 digit multiplication while integrating concepts of polygons, parallel and perpendicular lines, place value, and rounding numbers. Partner or Individual Activity, approximately 20 minutes.
The next game is called "Flipping Frog Fractions." Students compare fractions through a game of cards. Deck of 36 cards includes a combination of improper fractions, mixed fractions, benchmark fractions, and decimals. Directions are written for a partner activity. Alternate uses for individual, small group, and whole group provided as well.
The third math review game is "Multiplication Squares." Students review basic multiplication facts 1-12 while playing this checkers-like game (Partner activity).
"Spring Hunt" cards are used as the fourth game which is really given directions for two games with it: "What Place?" where students identify the place value of numbers by matching the spring animals with baskets ( 1-4 students). The same cards are also used in a game called "Rounding Animals" where students round, compare, and order numbers to the hundredths place. Additional uses also provided.
"Beach Days" is the fifth game in this package where students race from the beach hut to the sand castle in a board game by answering division questions. Division problems include 2 digits by 1 digit, 3 digits by 1 digit, and 3 digits by 2 digits, with and without remainders (2-6 players).
The sixth game is my most popular individually sold game called, "Dirt Bike Rounding Rodeo." Dirt Bike Rodeo Rounding is the perfect game to help students practice estimating. In this game, two to five players race their dirt bikes across the dirt hills to be the first to reach the finish line. The game includes three sets of rounding cards so teachers can differentiate for students. The first set includes rounding to the tens, hundreds, and thousands place (24 cards). The second set includes rounding to the ten thousands, hundred thousands, tenths, and hundredths (24 cards). The third set includes rounding to the millions and thousandths (12 cards). There are a total of 60 cards. Teachers can use only one set (color coded along with the answer keys), or they can chose to mix the sets together for a full review. Don't forget to rap: "5 or above, give it a shove. 4 of below, keep it low!"
Most of these games can be bought individually in my tpt store also. The game boards can be used with other skills as well, just rotate the deck of skill cards.
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