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These Emoji fraction activities are perfect for a math center, whole group / early finisher assignment or even homework! Students will have a blast while reducing and simplifying, comparing and ordering, adding and subtracting, identifying simple fractions as decimals and converting improper and mixed fractions.
Pizza Fractions Project. This looks like a really fun project for students to do either as homework or in small groups.
"My students LOVE these because they are fun to solve and color! I love them because it is a great review of the skills!" These Halloween Math Color by Number Activities are the perfect way to review key math skills taught throughout the beginning of the year. Each set comes with 6 different pictures, and each picture focuses on a different skill. Different versions available for 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades.
This would be a great mini project to do in Spanish for the classes/schedules lesson! 1st day project getting to know each other
"My students loved these activities! Great way to practice and reinforce decimal skills!" Decimals Games for 5th Grade contains 13 fun and engaging printable board games to help students to practice reading, comparing, ordering, and rounding decimals standards. These games are so simple to use and require very minimal prep. They are perfect to use in math centers or as extension activities when students complete their work!
This FREE multiplication game is a great way to get students to practice their multiplication facts in math centers!
You can use this Indian Corn seasonal math craft to teach fractions, decimals and percents! ~Bon
REAL WORLD MATH GR 5-8
FREE Equivalent Fractions Missing Numerator Math Game for 4th grade and 5th grade students (homeschool)F
Math Centres - Place Value Cups - Have students select a number then represent it with base ten manipulatives.
Fraction project! Learning and having fun doing it!
Maths challenge cards for plenaries, AfL, early finishers ...
Free Equivalent Fractions Ice Cream Match - My kids love this activity in our centers.