Are You Ready for 5th Grade? Kahoot Game Show, Math Review
In this one-time class, your child will play a Kahoot game-style game show based on the Common Core State Standards that children should know before they enter the fifth grade, to help your child get ready for fifth grade.
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Does your child love to play games? Are you not sure if your child is ready for the fifth grade? Come to my classroom where we will play a fun game show-style game to find out if they are ready for fifth grade. This game includes fifth-grade mathematics questions and will cover multiplication, divisions, fractions, decimals, geometry, conversion of measurements, and word problems. I will ask students questions, and they will answer using a different app, Kahoot. Kahoot is interactive...
Your child will be asked questions based on the Common Core State Standards that children should know before they enter the fifth grade. This game will cover mathematics questions in a game show-style game. Keep in mind that these questions may differ from your specific state standards as states implement their state standards at different rates. While this is not a traditional instructional class, I will go over questions that students miss, and after the game, the Kahoot app will allow players to go over questions they missed. This class will give you a snapshot of some skills your child can improve on over the summer to be better prepared for fifth grade.
This class does require the download of a separate free app, Kahoot, which you can download to your phone or iPad. Kahoot is a free student-response tool for administering quizzes; we will be using it as a game show. In order to make this class fun and exciting your child will need two devised; one for zoom and one for Kahoot. Please make sure you do this before the class starts. It is recommended each student have both Zoom and Kahoot open during this lesson, therefore, having a second device (such as a cell phone or tablet) for Kahoot will give your child the best experience possible. I will have a few one-page handouts you can download for extra practice.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
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Hello and welcome to my class. My name is Teacher Wendy. I have worked in education for over ten years including substitute teaching and as an intervention specialist. I have been teaching online for over six years; I am certified in TESOL...