This bundle now includes nine fun yet rigorous activities to help you get students out of their seats, walking around, and engaged in math! Included are walk-about activities for:
- fraction, decimal, and percent problems with conversions
• Lines & Angle Measurements
- line and angle vocabulary and measurements for intersecting
lines, transversals, triangle extensions and angles
• Multi-Response (Multi-Select) Mixed Review
- mixed review using multi-response type questions that
include integers, scientific notation, exponents, measures of
central tendency, geometry, absolute value, repeating
decimals and percent of numbers.
• Ratio & Rates
- writing and solving problems for ratios and rates, unit rates,
best buy, and double number lines
• One-Step Equations
- solve one-step equations with all operations in both
computation and word problem formats
• Intro to Linear Functions
– focuses on writing function rules, identifying domain,
coordinate graphing, and evaluating linear functions given
ordered pair solutions.
• Multi-Step Equations and Inequalities
-students solve multi-step equations and inequalities,
including fractions, decimals, and word problem formats.
• Multiply and Divide Rational Numbers
-focuses on problems with rational numbers, including
fractions, improper fractions, mixed numbers, and decimals.
• Exponent Rules
-focuses on exponent rules, including zero and negative exponents,
These are great activities for students to work with a partner, small group, or individually to solve problems focused on similar skills. There are a lot of options for you to use these activities in multiple ways to assist in individual student growth through differentiation. My students really love the walk-abouts and light up when they walk in and see them around the classroom. I teach multiple grade levels and have used some “lower grade or skill” activities as calculator-free reviews for my older and advanced classes.
Post the cards around the room and have students rotate to each “station” to solve one problem and write the “clue” word on their paper. Students can work in whatever order they want, so it is easy to spread them out across the room. Each card is numbered in the upper left star. Posting one or two of the cards in unusual places also adds to the excitement as they search for the hidden station.
Two versions of the activity are included to help make printing easier for you. The first has a color background along with the color stars and boxes. The second has a plain white background with the color stars and boxes. If “no color” ink is needed, just print the second set in grayscale or pure black & white. Half sheet student answer sheets are also included to help save on paper and copying costs.
Printing each question on cardstock and laminating each will keep copy costs down and preserve the activity for years to come. Using color cardstock keeps printing costs
Check out these other great resources in my store:
Task Card Growing Bundle
Rational and Irrational Numbers Bundle
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