5.NBT.B.7 Games

CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.5.NBT.B.7

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"Add, subtract, multiply, and divide decimals to hundredths, using concrete models or drawings and strategies based on place value, properties of operations, and/or the relationship between addition and subtraction; relate the strategy to a written method and explain the reasoning used."

These games can help students practice this Common Core State Standards skill.

Games

Addition with Decimals: Silly Salad Weights
Addition with Decimals: Silly Salad Weights
Game
Addition with Decimals: Silly Salad Weights
Fe, fi, fo, yum! Kids practice decimal addition to the tenth and hundredth place with this silly game.
5th grade
Math
Game
Shopping: Decimal Division to the Tenths Place
Shopping: Decimal Division to the Tenths Place
Game
Shopping: Decimal Division to the Tenths Place
In this interactive game, kids shop for fun objects while practicing decimal division to the tenths!
5th grade
Math
Game
Decimal Division with Pennies
Decimal Division with Pennies
Game
Decimal Division with Pennies
Kids practice decimal division to the hundredths by working with pennies in this interactive shopping game.
5th grade
Math
Game
Record-Breaking Penelope
Record-Breaking Penelope
Story
Record-Breaking Penelope
Penelope breaks silly world records in this interactive math story.
5th grade
Math
Story
Water Rafting: Adding Decimals
Water Rafting: Adding Decimals
Game
Water Rafting: Adding Decimals
Addition with decimals seems less daunting while on this water rafting adventure!
5th grade
Math
Game
Treasure Diving: Adding Decimals
Treasure Diving: Adding Decimals
Game
Treasure Diving: Adding Decimals
In this deep sea race, players use their knowledge of addition with decimals to solve equations.
5th grade
Math
Game

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