Want a fun way to teach prime and composite. This is a game that my kids had fun playing and it gets them up out of their seat. Who can get the highest score while searching for prime numbers, however, for every composite number you get you will deduct points from your score.
This is a choice board based on the Common Core State Standards for fifth grade regarding fractions. The choice board is made up of 9 boxes with 9 different activities.You could have they complete the board in a variety of ways: tic-tac-toe ( 3 in a row), a certain number, or a coverall.
This third grade common core aligned activity focuses on the correlation between multiplication and division. After reading the book, The Doorbell Rang, students can use these cookie counters and task cards to reinforce multiplication and division concepts. Task cards use vocabulary such as grouping, arrays, number bonds, factors, and quotient. Activity comes with printable cookie counters, 12 task cards, and a recording sheet.