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# 5th Grade STAAR Math Review: SPANISH Test Prep Games

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## Description

This is a fun set of 15 no prep, STAAR test formatted games that cover the 5th grade math readiness TEKS. STAAR prep can be complete drudgery, so I use these games in conjunction with released test items to maximize student engagement in preparation for the STAAR math test. I also know your time is valuable, so these are print-and-go games.

I created at least one game for each readiness TEK, and two games for the TEKS that had too much content for just one game. I studied the released STAAR items from the past 2 years and the TEKS to create games that covered essential content and resembled STAAR test questions. I couldnt be more excited about our test prep!

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I also have the English version of this product available:

5th Grade Math STAAR: 15 no prep Games

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Included Games:

Comparing Decimals 5.2B

Simplify Expressions 5.4F

Multiply Decimals 5.3E

Dividing Decimals 5.3C

Subtract Fractions 5.3K

Divide Fractions 5.3L

Divide by Fractions 5.3L

Multi-Step Problems 5.4B

Patterns, Rules &Graphs 5.4C

Classify Triangles 5.5A

Perimeter, Area & Volume 5.4H

Roll, Spin & Plot (2 versions) 5.9C

Graph Master (Bar Graphs, Dot Plots, Stem-and-Leaf Plots, & Frequency Tables) 5.9C

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How I have used this product in my class:

I modeled the games on my document camera in a me vs. the class game, which was a perfect way to review each concept. Then I let my students play in pairs. I included answer keys for games that needed them, so that students could check one anothers work and monitor their learning. Students that were still struggling with each concept played the game at my table in pairs, where I could support them.

I have found that games make for a perfect small group lesson. Come to my table to play a math game with me, is so much better than, Come to my table to work on subtracting fractions. Games are enticing and engaging for our students, especially those who struggle in math. I also have the opportunity to model my thinking and math strategies out loud for my group when it is my turn in the game. I can adjust my strategies depending on the level of my math group and add on strategies as we play the game, since I get to use my turns as mini-lessons. The best part is.my students dont even realize this!!! During my groups turn, they work out the problem individually on a whiteboard, so I can monitor their individual progress.

I am also planning to use these games after the math STAAR test to keep the content fresh for my students. They will definitely be a go-to resource for any students at my school who dont pass the math test the first time around.

I hope you and your class have as much fun with these games as we did!

-Melissa Johnson at Marvel Math