# Writing and Solving Expressions Board Game

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1. These 5th grade math board games are perfect to use for small group stations or partner practice. There are 30 board games to help your students practice their math skills all year long! The following items are included in this 80+ page resource: • Board Games List with Standards• Directions Page fo
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Practice writing and solving expressions with this engaging math board game! You will need to provide a dice (or spinner) and a set of game pieces.

Students will practice writing and solving expressions for 41 different problems during this game. Math board games are perfect to use for small group stations, partner practice, or whole group review.

In this resource, you will find:

-Directions Page for Students

-Board Game with 41 questions

-Recording Sheet for Students (5 different options!)

Looking for a way to engage your students' families? Use this as a fun homework assignment!

*Printer Friendly Resource! All pages are in black ink ONLY. If you are looking to add color, feel free to print on colorful cardstock.

Directions To Play:

You'll need a dice or a spinner for each game board and a game piece for each player. The person whose name comes first in alphabetical order will play first in the game. Roll the die and move that number of spaces on the game board. Each person will solve the problem on their own recording sheet. Everyone will double check their answers with each other. If you have the same correct answers, the next person should roll the die. If you have different answers, discuss it with your team. Find a mistake in your work or try to solve the problem again, then the next player may go. If you land on a space with an arrow, you must solve the problem before moving to the next space. If you finish early, play the game again.

*This game is included in the 5th Grade Year Long Game Board BUNDLE!

Write simple expressions that record calculations with numbers, and interpret numerical expressions without evaluating them. For example, express the calculation “add 8 and 7, then multiply by 2” as 2 × (8 + 7). Recognize that 3 × (18932 + 921) is three times as large as 18932 + 921, without having to calculate the indicated sum or product.
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