Did you know that there are THREE ways to define a trapezoid? If you're not sure which definition you're supposed to be teaching, check out this blog post from Laura Candler! You'll learn strategies for teaching kids to classify trapezoids, and the post includes a sorting freebie as well as links to additional hands-on resources for classifying quadrilaterals.
As educators, we strive to be experts in everything. But it's only by doing some things badly that we learn to grow and improve. Help your fifth grade math students learn fractions, decimals, volume, coordinate planes, and more with these free and fun math games. #math #teachingmath #fifthgrade #teaching #teachingresources
Looking for a fun math game for St. Patrick's Day? You're in luck with this free Leprechaun Luck Game! In order to win, your students will need a bit of luck, but they'll also discover that winning the game takes more than luck! Better yet, this game is a great way to introduce basic probability concepts. #mathgames #probabilitygame #leprechaungame #freebie #freemathgame
Teach your students how to classify quadrilaterals using the hands-on lessons, activities, and games in Classify It! This ready-to-use resource from Laura Candler includes a lesson, a sorting activity, a challenging (but fun!) math game, and two quizzes that will help your students master quadrilateral classification! #mathgames #classifyingquadrilaterals #classifyingpolygons #quadrilaterals #mathfun #hands-onmath
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE Order of Operations Bingo! It's the BEST way to practice order of operations because it's super motivating and fun! Players must get the answers correct to win, so they're motivated to work carefully. Includes 2 levels of game materials and tests: 64 unique printable Bingo boards, 48 Bingo calling cards with math problems, and leveled tests. Level 1 problems don't have exponents, but Level 2 problems, do. Aligned with 5th grade CCSS math 5.0A.A.1.