Fraction Check-In!

Hi, 5th Graders!
Today in Math I’ll be asking you to work on Google Forms. This is NOT for a grade, but please take your time and visit any links listed after the questions. I’m here if you have questions! 🙂


Instructions
1.) Please click here to visit the Google Forms.
2.) Take your time and do your best! Answer ALL of the questions! Please submit when you’re finished.
3.) Review any questions you may have missed. Please click on all of the links to look at the extra pictures and videos!


Student Goals
– Demonstrate knowledge of fractions so far in the unit.
– Self-reflect on their strengths and weaknesses.

Teacher Goals
– Review data to determine what next steps should be.
– Create ability groups based on different student needs, if necessary.
– This can help the teacher know whether students are ready to move on to more complex fraction problems (adding, multiplying, etc.).


Featured Image by Joshua Hoehne on Unsplash

One Reply to “Fraction Check-In!”

  1. Hey Brie! I love this use of Google forms! It is in friendly language, feels relaxed, and a great use of tracking students knowledge and confidence. I especially loved seeing it for 5th grade students. I am with a third grade class and my students are just learning basic fractions. This helps me visualize what they will be doing soon and how to help them get there. I can see myself adjusting this form and fitting it to my grade level.

    Thank you for sharing!

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