In this post, we’ll learn 3 easy and fun activities to use for math review in your grades 5-7 math class.

### Math Card Games: Fun and Friendly Competition!

Who said math couldn't be entertaining? Grab a deck of cards and transform your classroom into a math game arena. From "War" to "Go Fish" and "Multiplication Rummy", there are countless card games that can be adapted to review math skills. You can also find many math card games to purchase. Encourage friendly competition, strategizing, and critical thinking as your students sharpen their math abilities while having a blast with their peers.

### Math Tic-Tac-Toe: X's and O's with a Math Twist!

Put a mathematical spin on the classic game of Tic-Tac-Toe! Create a Tic-Tac-Toe board on the whiteboard or on paper, but instead of X's and O's, use math problems or concepts in each square. Divide your class into pairs and let them take turns solving the math problem in the square before marking it with their symbol. The first player to get three in a row, column, or diagonal wins the game. It's a simple yet effective way to review math while engaging in friendly competition.

### Math Tag Relays: Run, Solve, Repeat!

Add some physical activity to your math review with Math Tag Relays. These high-energy activities take the concept of tag and infuse it with a mathematical twist, making learning and reviewing math concepts an absolute blast. Students will sprint across the room - one person from each team - to complete math problems. The team that completes all the Tag Relay sheets first wins! It's a fantastic way to get their bodies moving and their math skills grooving!With these three captivating math review activities, you'll keep the math momentum going strong in your classroom. Get ready to ignite the math spark within your students and watch their enthusiasm soar to new heights!

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