Fifth Grade Group Games Activities

Fifth Grade Group Games activities to help show your child the fun side of learning! From easy fifth grade group games activities to more advanced, we've got you covered!

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The human knot game is a perfect team-building exercise and a fun activity that's sure to bring lots of laughs along the way.
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Competitors go head-to-head only this time it's a race to figure out the lowest common multiple of two numbers; an important step to working with fractions!
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Try turning the evening ritual of asking about your kid's school day into a challenging game that consists of twenty questions.
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Exponents can be tricky to learn. Fortunately this game provides plenty of multiplication practice for your math student!
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This fun and easy quiz show game will help your fifth grader memorize and study vocabulary from his math, science, social studies, and language arts classes!
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Frisbee golf is a game that incorporates the rules of golf with the fun of frisbee. Here's how to get started with your child:
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Want a word game to play? How about just a fun way to spend the afternoon? Get creative thinking going and have fun with vocabulary!
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Be active while learning about American history with this twist on the classic running game "Capture the Flag."
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Inspire your fifth grader to explore a new culture and determine her New Year's fortune by playing this German wax dripping game.
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Be an inspector detective for a day in this fun mystery game that puts your child's powers of observation to the test. Perfect for a party or group gathering.
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Introduce your fifth grader (and friends) to a unique Jewish tradition by paying homage to the Maccabiah games by engaging them in their own makeshift games!
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Horse chestnuts are inedible, but British children found a fun use for them around the 1840s by turning them into a game called Conkers.
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Introduce your fifth grader to the Kinara, part of the Kwanzaa tradition, by playing this fast-paced, two player game!

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