With the exploding craze of Pokemon this summer, students will love playing a Pokemon themed game! This game is "Candyland" style, including 36 cards for students to solve area of rectangles, triangles, trapezoids and polygons.
Factor puzzles are used throughout our entire 6th grade year! Here's a fun extra practice worksheet with 12 factor puzzles to give students extra practice when they are first learning them, or later in the year as a review!
This game includes a worksheet for students to fill out and editable popcorn with numbers. The popcorn pieces can fit in dollar store popcorn containers to make it extra fun! Students draw the popcorn pieces and solve for mean, median, mode and
This Pokemon game is a spin off of Candyland. Students use the cards to find the volume of various 3D shapes. If they get the answer correct, they may move to the Pokemon character that is on their card. I promise the file doesn't have the strange
Need a great unit review activity for distributive property? These cards can be used as task cards or a write the room activity. They include distributive property, factoring out, order of operations, combining like terms and identifying expressions
These task cards are fabulous for an activity to practice long division. There are three different ability levels: challenging, middle, and basic. There are three different color sets of each to choose from that are included: purple, green, blue;
This produce gives you another way to review factor puzzles! It comes with 36 bingo cards and the factor puzzles that you use for the numbers. Students solve the factor puzzle you draw and the answer is the number they mark on their bingo sheet!
This product is a great review to unit rate and factor puzzles! You can use them as a "Write the Room" activity by posting them around the room and have students in small groups solve them, or have a set for each student to practice. This is a fun
These fraction task cards are a great way to practice addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. There are 20 cards for three different ability levels (under grade level, on grade level, and above grade level). QR codes and an answer key
These task cards are fabulous for an activity to practice multi digit multiplication. There are three different ability levels: challenging, middle, and basic. There are three different color sets of each to choose from that are included: purple,