Classroom Freebies

Thanksgiving themed Color by Numbers

This printable Holiday Turkey is perfect for the last few days before Thanksgiving break. The color by numbers activity is aligned with the Common Core Standards (5.OA.1).
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Students solve each of the numerical expressions using order of operations. Then using the color code on the page, students color each sections of the turkey.




Decimal Rounding Activity

This small group activity will engage all your students as they each get a turn to "Be the Teacher!" and practice their rounding skills. 

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Each card includes the answers to the rounding questions.
This activity works best with groups of 3 or 4 students.
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Numerical Expressions 5.OA.2

This two-sided worksheet contains numerical expressions practice. The answer key is provided.

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Halloween themed ordering decimal activity

This ordering decimal activity can be used as a bulletin board display. See an example here.


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I Have, Who Has?

I Have, Who Has? activities are a simple way to review a concept with your students. Traditionally the game is played with the whole class. This game focuses on place value understanding.
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This game is aligned with the 5th grade Common Core (5.NBT.1)

Metric Measurement Posters

These are a set of seven posters (kilometer, hectometer, dekameter, meters, decimeter, centimeter, and millimeter) - one set in color, the other in black and white.



Print, laminate and hang. These are a great reference for your students when they are tackling metric conversions.



Be the Teacher! Rounding Activity

This small group activity will engage all your students as they each get a turn to "Be the Teacher!" and practice their rounding skills. 

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Each card includes the answers to the rounding questions.

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This activity works best with groups of 3 or 4 students.