Hi, Teaching Friends! Are you looking for ways to keep your students enthusiastic about math? Try math riddles! How can using these riddles help your students? * They'll be engaged in thinking about numbers and building number sense * They'll be refining skills in making inferences and drawing conclusions * They'll be constantly reviewing math skills and vocabulary, which just might help when it's time for standardized testing! Here are a few examples of the kinds of ... Read More about 4th and 5th Grade Math Riddles You’ll Love!
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Hi, Teaching Friends! Are you looking for a way to keep spiraled math review fun and engaging? Try riddles! This set of a dozen riddle cards will sharpen your fourth and fifth graders mental math ability, and keep their math skills in their active memories. Multiplication, division, advanced addition and subtraction, area, perimeter, place value, coins, decades, centuries, and more! Happy Teaching! ... Read More about Math Riddle Cards for 4th and 5th Grade
Make word problems real life to your students by assigning them this Problem Solving Path Math Journal. This month long journal provides students with 10 different word problems, each situated around a real life place in their community. The word problems are provided on a handy graphic organizer with a provided grading rubric. Download the entire packet today from my Teachers Pay Teachers store. ... Read More about Free Math Problem Solving Journal for 5th Grade
It can be so tough to find the time to fit spiral review in math into your packed teaching day! Instead of having your students complete another page for you to correct, here's an idea that will allow you to touch on a variety of important concepts in third grade math every single day, using a format that's so much fun that your students will beg for more - math riddle task cards! Why are riddles an effective option for review? They're highly engaging! Every student ... Read More about Third Graders Love Math Riddles!
I love using math centers in my classroom no matter how old my kiddos are. There are many fun and engaging ways to have your students practice math concepts, and math centers is one of them. If you are on summer holidays now it is a great time to prep for the upcoming year. Or if you are still teaching, like myself (we are done June 29th) these math activities are a great way to review concepts that were already taught. The soccer theme is sure to catch the attention of any student. Students ... Read More about Free Math Centers for Big Kids