5th grade math games
Color-by-number activities are a great way to engage students and get them excited to practice different math skills like finding factors, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, comparing numbers (standard, expanded, and word form), evaluating expressions, powers of ten, finding coordinates, and so much more!
Such a fun way for your students to practice order of operations, without exponents! The students are actively engaged while practicing computation and order of operations at the same time! Awesome game! #teacher #backtoschool #mathgames #mathstations #earlyfinishers #mathcenters #teacherspayteachers #orderofoperations
I Can Math and Grammar Games are more than just a can! Learn how I put together, organize and use these math and grammar games for all grades! Math and Literacy centers are now fun and engaging with these math games. Tons of ways to use these! (#3 is a lifesaver!)
Friends~Are you looking for a fun way to end your school year and get your kiddos to review at the same time? Well my Twister Review is it! This day is an absolute favorite every year. I simply make a large set of Twister circles in red, blue, yellow, and green. I cut them large enough for a child to stand on them and then add a review questions from the school year to one side. We spin a spinner and they students then answer the questions. $6.99
Help your students learn the Order of Operations with these math centers for $5.50. This set is jam packed with 2 centers (one with exponents and one without). Each center has 20 game cards, a game board, a poster for the Order of Operations, answer key, answer sheet, and a 2 page worksheet that could be used for assessment, morning work, or homework.