# Decimal Review Scoot Game

You can use our decimal review scoot game as practice once children have been taught these different skills or as a review at the beginning of the sixth or seventh grade school year.

Print these cards for an engaging way to practice!

This is another free resource for teachers and homeschool families from The Curriculum Corner.

## Decimal Skills Covered

You will find a range of skills covered in these cards. Make sure your students have experience working with each skill before introducing this task.

Skills covered include:

• writing decimals in standard form
• comparing decimals
• ordering numbers with decimals
• subtracting decimals
• multiplying decimals
• dividing decimals

## Creating your decimal review scoot game

Begin creating your game by printing the cards on heavy card stock. You can choose to use the version with a green background and print on white. Or, choose the version with a white background and print on the color of your choice.

After printing, laminate the pages for durability.

Cut apart the pages and print the desired recording pages.

You can use this as a scoot game or as task cards for practice at a math center.

## How to play scoot

To play, place one card at each student’s seat.

They will begin writing on their recording page at the number of the card at their seat.

After giving students a few minutes to solve the problem, the teacher yells “Scoot” to signal students to rotate to a new seat.  (You will need to plan out the direction and path of the rotation before beginning.)

The decimal activity continues until students have traveled to each spot.

We have created 28 cards along with 4 blank cards for you to include your own problems.  An answer key is provided at the end.

There are a range of recording pages for you to choose from.