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# Family Math Night

Family Math Night!

These activities are hands-on math games, puzzles, and activities that are fun for everyone in your family.  Family Math Night can be for individual families, homeschooling groups and whole school evenings. It is a fun way to bring family and community together to join in their child's learning.

Join the fun, plan a Family Math Night and enjoy.

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• "Each color is one rubber band." Starburst, star.
• Identificando coordenadas 5: práctica. Identifying coordinate points 5: practice.
• Set of six shapes: triangle, rectangle, square, octagon, hexagon, trapezoid.
• Use this sheet to check which shapes, from CHEVRON to TRIANGLE, have been called. In color.
• Signs designed to work with our family math night activities/stations.

• Use these pattern blocks to create the suggested pattern block patterns, or create your own design. Print on cardstock or laminate for longer use.
• Set of twenty bingo cards, each with sixteen squares, for shapes from CHEVRON to TRIANGLE. In color.
• Explore geometry and pattern-following in a hands-on, fun activity. Use your pattern blocks to create these suggested patterns (pinwheel, sailboat, rocket, top).
• Cut out the shapes and arrange them into this shape of a car.
• "I have... Who has?" with addition up to 25.
• Solve the sudoku by filling in the missing U.S. symbols (featuring bald eagle, flag, Statue of Liberty and more)
• Letters are assigned a point value, then students try to form words that are "worth" exactly \$1.00
• Help students review geometry terms with this fun bingo game. Includes game boards and calling cards.
• "I have three tens... who has \$45 dollars in three bills?" Practice combinations of bills (ones, tens, twenties, and fifties) with this all-class math game.
• Good practice for giving directions, reading grid maps, and understanding legends.
• A creative exercise in which students brainstorm number operations.
• Dot to Dot from 1-27. Students follow the numbers in order. They can color the page when finished and write a story.
• Follow the pattern by drawing hour and minute hands on each clock.
• Colorful patterns in rectangles, triangles, and circles. Print out several pages of each set. Perfect for forming patterns in small groups or learning centers.  Laminate for longer use.

• Color a blackline drawing by following the directions in the legend.
• "I have... Who has?" with addition up to 18.
• Four worksheets to practice graphing coordinate points.
• One page worksheet practice for reading grid maps and understanding legends.
• Practice addition and subtraction to (or from) 100 with this simple board game.
• Explore geometry and pattern-following in a hands-on, fun activity. Use your pattern blocks to create these suggested patterns (duck, owl, cat, rabbit).
• Good practice for giving directions, reading grid maps, and understanding legends.
• Jennifer has received an invitation to a party, but she doesn't know where or when it is, or who is giving it. Use logic and deductive reasoning to discover the secret of the invitation in this mini-unit. Challenging (but not impossible!), this 4 page puzzle includes an explanatory answer sheet.
• "I have - Who has?" Practice the numbers 1-999 with this place value game. (Includes hundreds place and numbers up to 999).
• Color the probability pie. Attach a paper clip. Spin the clip! Write the color the clip stops on each time. Common Core: Grade 6 Statistics and Probability: 6.SP.A.1, 6.SPA.2