# Flash Cards Cards with a term on one and a definition on the other could be used for: –Inside/outside circle –Hedbandz –Bingo –Jeopardy –Classify the cards.

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Flash Cards Cards with a term on one and a definition on the other could be used for: –Inside/outside circle –Hedbandz –Bingo –Jeopardy –Classify the cards into groups based on characteristics of the word. –What is my shape (word)? –Word Toss

Inside-Outside Circle Pass out cards to every student, duplicate cards can be used Number off students by 1 or 2 1’s form the outside circle, 2 form inside circle match up so that each person is paired up Outside circle shares their word and definition, inside circle does the same SWITCH CARDS, outside circle rotate left

I Have… Who Has I have a right triangle who has an angle that is less than 90 degrees. Student created cards from words selected from student list. Students practice pronouncing words, speaking clearly and learning the definitions.

Hedbandz

Bingo

Create a 3 by 3 grid Pentagon Octagon Square Obtuse angle Hypotenuse Perimeter Perpendicular line Right triangle Obtuse angle diameter

Play Bingo Have students put the words on a bingo sheet. Teacher reads the definition Students place beans on the words that match the definition read by the teacher Winner says back the word and the definition or.. Students use the words in a sentence.

Classifying Provide students with vocabulary cards –Picture of shapes (concrete and visual) –Vocabulary words –Definitions –Any combination of the above Have the students place cards into categories –label the categories –see how other groups classified their cards or regroup cards using a different criteria

Sort and Label the Words YardQuartFeetOunce InchScaleRulerMeasuring cup PintDegreeMileThermometer CupPoundsGallonTon

Create a Jeopardy Board Power Point Jeopardy

What’s My Shape (Word)? Place names of geometric shapes on a piece of paper. –Square, rhombus, parallelogram, rectangle, triangle, trapezoid, quadrilateral, hexagon Each student has one piece of paper taped on their back. They move around the room, meet someone, they ask one yes or no question about properties of their shape Students may not ask is my shape a square.

Students Keep a Record My first question will be…. I am asking this because… The answer to my question is …… My next question will be …….

Get an answer to the student’s question and answer a question from their partner. Continue until each student has their shape identified. Have students record –The question asked and answer –Why they asked the question –How does this effect the next question My shape is ______ because

What is My Number?

Fraction Decimal Percent

Handout one Word Toss game board, a die, and a set of vocabulary cards to each partner set or each small group. First player draws a card and rolls the dice. That player performs the task that corresponds to the die. The other partner/players coach and praise. Rotate play clockwise.

Non-Example -1- Sentence (in context) -2- Synonym (same) -3- Draw it -4- Description (meaning) -5- Demonstrate it -6-

Sing it (word and your description) -1- Act it out -2- Sculpt it -3- Draw it -4- Describe it (meaning) -5- Fact or Fiction -6-

Flash Cards This is a spreadsheet that will create cards that can be used for –Flash cards Could have term on one side, picture on the other –Inside/outside circle –I have…who has…. –Bingo –Jeopardy –Classify the cards into groups based on characteristics of the word.

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