Have students work in pairs. Each student picks a card with a math problem on it. Each partner solves the problem. If it is greater they move their counter up a space. If it is lesser, they leave their counter alone. Works best for teaching
Students use the Lucky Charms Marshmallow in order to create fractions. They have to show the fractions of the marshmallows using different strategies (part of a set, part of a whole, and a number line).
Students must solve the two number sentences. After, they must determine the relation (greater than, less than, or equal to). The students will sort the inequalities and equations into the correct group. The number sentence have two digit addition
The students must create their own vegetable garden and create a key. After, they need to find the area of each vegetable. Students need to also figure out how much money they need to spend on seeds for each vegetable based on the area.