Supplemental Math Resources for Grades 4 - 6
Lessons that can be used whole group, small group, or independently. Great for AIS, special ed, or general education. Products are made to motivate students to practice and master the foundation skills that they need. Bingo, scavenger hunts, guided lessons, riddles, task cards, Boom Cards and more. Many products are self-checking which makes them great for math centers.
Michelle W said “My students truly loved using this resource! They didn’t even realize they were using math to solve the riddles. Suddenly, multiplying fractions was not “work”, but fun and engaging. Thank you so much!”
Amy D said “My students love Boom Cards. They’re an engaging resource which offers immediate feedback, which I find very beneficial. Thanks!”
Laura M said “I used this resource during group time. It kept one of my groups engaged while the others worked on something else, kept them moving and learning! Exactly what I was looking for!”
About My Store
I am a certified teacher, with 15 years of experience, who currently teaches 6th grade math. I created supplemental math activities to motivate struggling learners to practice math. These activities are also great to have on hand for those days when students are not motivated to learn which includes the day before a vacation, two hour delay, or days when half the class is out due to weather etc.
Types of Resources Available
Math Bingo provides students with an opportunity to practice math skills in a fun and engaging way. It can be especially helpful for students who need extra practice. By actively participating in the game, students are more likely to retain the information they are learning.
Boom Cards are digital and can be accessed from anywhere with an internet connection. Boom cards provide immediate feedback to students. They are interactive, incorporating features like drag and drop, multiple choice, and fill-in-the-blank questions.
Riddles are fun, engaging, and self checking. Riddles can be a great way to encourage collaboration among students. By working together to solve a math riddle, students can learn from each other and develop their social and communication skills.
Scavenger Hunts get students out of their seats. Students get to work at their own pace and think it’s a game. They are highly motivated to complete each question since they can self-check and get immediate feedback. Great for centers.