This project involves using scale factor to replicate a candy bar!
Is a great visual project for students to see what scaling does to a figure!
In this project, students bring in a candy bar wrapper and practicing scaling it both up and
This fun activity helps review fraction operations learned in 5th grade with pizza! All students need is a pizza box (or poster board), and they are ready to tackle this yummy project :)
My least favorite part of the First Week of School is telling students where different supplies are located around the classroom.
Kids are going bananas over Pokemon Go, so this activity is based around that.
You will hide the numbered &
This activity requires students to match up the problem with the answer. It is practicing dividing decimals by whole numbers. This works great for centers.
When you print this out, the answer is to the right of the problem. Make sure to print out
This has four long division problems involving dividing by two-digit divisors. This used the graphic organizer I taught my students with. It involves 4 strategies in solving these problems.
The first two problems have guided notes to help the
This layered foldable covers all of the operations with fractions covered in fifth grade.
Adding Unlike Fractions
Subtracting Unlike Fractions
Adding Mixed Numbers
Subtracting Mixed Numbers
Multiply Whole Numbers and
Topic: Patterns 5.0A.3
Directions: Have students spread out all cards. They need to match up the correct numerical pattern, rule, and the next three terms. I cut mine out and copied all patters on one color. Then I did the same thing
Students will create houses out of cardboard boxes.
Then calculate the volume and surface area of their house using their knowledge of finding volume and surface area of composite figures!
Great for an end of the year project!!
This is a graphic organizer with strategies on how to successfully divide with two digit divisors.
It has two pages that should be printed front to back. You can cut it in half to minimize paper usage.
This Fall activity helps students review adding and subtracting decimals. It also includes multiplying a decimal by a whole number ;)
Students must solve the expression, and find the answer in the key to decide what color they must use for the
This is a class activity to review dividing decimals.
Directions: Pass out cards to students and have them work out the problem under “who has”.( I let mine use whiteboards!)
Once everyone has an answer, start the game. (I also had the students
There are three levels included. I printed mine on three different colors of paper so it was easy for me to check the student answers!
Have students start with the question that says “Start”. Once they calculate the answer, it should
In this activity, students will be matching up addition problems (ones through hundredths) to the correct model / answer. I am using this in my stations as part of Math Workshop. This would work great for stations, small groups, test prep , ect.
10 Task Cards where students need to match the subtraction problem with the correct 100-grid model.
Two sizes of task cards are included. I used the smaller cards as an answer key for students.
The answer to the problem is the diagram right beside