If you've never heard of Scoot, here's how you play:
- Give each child a recording sheet. They will keep their sheet and pencil with them during the game.
- Place a task card face down at each person's seat.
- When you say "Go." students turn over the card at their seat and write the answer on the appropriate square of their recording sheet.
- When you say "Scoot!" students move to the next seat (cards stay--kids move) and do the next problem.
- At the end of the game, review answers.
Since I know we have a tough lesson Monday (renaming thousands as hundreds) I wanted to build my students' number sense and sort of preview the concept, so I made this game:
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My kids really enjoyed playing this game today and it seemed to help them understand renaming numbers a little more than they did before. That should really help next week when we do numerical representations and larger numbers. I hope you enjoy it!
This game correlates with Common Core standards 4.NBT.1, 5.NBT.1 and 2.NBT.1. You can find this game and other great Common Core lessons on these blogs: