Monday, December 18, 2017

January NO PREP Math Packet {Grade 5}

Are you preparing for January?

Want to get your students in involved in fun Math review for the New Year?

The January NO PREP Math Packet for 5th graders is a fun, print & go resource for any fifth grader to enjoy reviewing math skills. This packet is just plain fun. Not only is it PACKED with fifth-grade common core math problems, it also gives students fun coloring, puzzles, and problem solving. Use this packet for bellwork, classwork, extra credit, fast finishers, or homework!


THIS JANUARY NO PREP MATH PACKET FEATURES:
*20 different math puzzle worksheets
*FUN activities and puzzles centered on reviewing math curriculum.
*Packed with 5th grade common core math problems for review and practice. 
*An ANSWER KEY for each worksheet.
*Lots of coloring fun. I’ve intentionally designed this packet with lots of pictures and borders to color. A MUST: Using a set of crayons or markers.


Topics Covered:
-Adding Decimals
-Subtracting Decimals
-Multiplying Decimals
-Dividing Decimals
-Comparing Fractions
-Adding & Subtracting Fractions with unlike denominators
-Multiplying Fractions

Also get students moving, talking, and writing Math Vocabulary in your classroom with this set of 5th Grade Math Vocabulary Sentences. The purpose of this resource is to help students with increasing their mathematics vocabulary. Students write the Math sentences on their paper with scaffolded practice. Students are provided a list of vocabulary words to use to complete the sentences. Students will be engaged and more confident practicing using math vocabulary. This NO PREP Write the Room vocabulary activity can be a success in your classroom too!     
   
Engaging students in Math is key to getting them to OWN their learning. Vocabulary is so important for students to practice, speak, and write. Get your students practicing number sense and fluency this January to improve their skills for testing season ahead. These strategies are key to developing students' math skills and improving their math proficiency.

Happy Teaching!

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