If students still need to review reading and writing decimals in expanded form, then this 28 card matching game can be used as support. The game follows standard MCC5.NBT.3.
The second set is in color.
The game can be played in numerous ways. One
The puzzle is a great to use as a summarization activity or station activity with partners. I have also assigned the puzzle for students who have already mastered order of operations and need a challenge. I have used this in 5th grade, but I think
I use this as an activity to begin the Order of Operations Unit (5.OA.1) or as a review station throughout the unit. This activity allows students to figure out which answer matches the order of operations card. I have added incorrect answers if
Students still having trouble reading and writing decimals?
Try this 'I have Who Has' game that reviews the Common Core standard: 5.NBT.3. While playing the game, students will be able to review how to read, write, and compare decimals and whole
The resource can be used during small group or a station task. The cut and paste activity allows students to practice converting decimals to expanded form from standard form or word form.
There is an answer key attached. Thanks!