Aligned to the 5th Grade Common Core Standards, this math game includes a football game board, eight different colored footballs, 100 questions that cover eight different standards, four tie breaker questions, and four cards for teachers to create their own problems!
This game is fantastic for math reviews and can be modified in so many ways! Play with a partner, at a math center, or in a group and assign roles such as coach, referee, and players! The player will ask their coach for the number of problems they feel they can answer in one minute. Students will complete as many math problem cards as they can and advance ten yards per correct problem. If they get one wrong, or do not complete their wager in the one minute time frame, it's a fumble, and they go back to their goal line! The first player to march down the field and score a touchdown wins!!! There are even tie breaker (extra point) cards in the case of a tie!
When students have mastered these cards, create your own with my template I have included at the end of the activity! You can also throw in some flash cards for extra computation practice!
This game is also available in 3rd and 4th grade versions in my store
Clipart courtesy of TeaBreakArt
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Who is it for?
5th Graders (10 to 11-year-olds)
Football field game board
8 different color football game pieces
Rules of the game slide
100 Common Core aligned questions that cover eight different standards
4 extra point (tie breaker) questions
4 cards for you to customize your own questions!
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About the Seller
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I am fortunate to be a stay at home mom and wife to my two beautiful children and husband. Teaching has never left my heart because I think it's who I am. I seek to teach my children new things everyday while also encouraging their imaginations.
I firmly believe it is our job to motivate our students and to do so, we need to think like they do. I now have young children and it amazes me what I can get them to willingly participate in if I make it fun for them! Teaching is no different...students will retain so much more valuable information if we find fun ways to present it.