# What Am I? 5th Grade Math Vocabulary

Are you looking for a fun way to ** review and reinforce 5th grade math vocabulary**? This game is intended to be used to review all of the important 5th Grade Math vocabulary words. The terms listed are specific to the Georgia Standards of Excellence for 5th grade. There are printable and digital versions included.

This is a great review for standardized testing or for ensuring that students are frequently using math vocabulary in the classroom. An extra page of blank vocabulary cards and an extra Google Slide is included in case you have more terms you would like to add.

**Vocabulary Terms Included**

algorithm, distributive property, dividend, divisor, equation, exponents, expression, repeated subtraction, multiplicand, multiplier, order of operations, partial product, product, properties of operations, quotient, remainder, decimal, fraction, decimal point, hundredths, ones, place, value, rounding, tenths, thousandths, array, associative property of multiplication, commutative property of multiplication, distributive property, dividend, division, divisor exponent, factor, hundred thousands, hundreds, hundredths, identity property of multiplication, millions, multiple, multiplier, ones, partial products, partition/partitive division, power of ten, product, quotient, remainder, repeated subtraction, ten thousands, tens, thousands, equivalent, common denominator, unlike denominator, numerator, improper fraction, mixed number, unit fraction, equivalent fractions, reasonableness, estimate, benchmark fraction, addition/add, subtraction/subtract, difference, acute angle, acute triangle, congruence/congruent, equilateral triangle, hexagon, irregular polygon, isosceles triangle, kite, obtuse angle, parallel lines, parallelogram, pentagon, perpendicular lines, plane figure, polygon, quadrilateral, rectangle, regular polygon, right angle, right triangle, rhombus/rhombi, scalene triangle, square, triangle, trapezoid, two-dimensional, vertex, measurement, attribute, conversion/convert, metric system, customary system, metric units of measure, customary units of measure, line plot, length, mass, weight, liquid volume, volume, solid figure, right rectangular prism, unit, unit cube, gap, cubic units, height, area of base, axis/axes, coordinates, coordinate plane, first quadrant, horizontal, intersection of lines, line, ordered pair, origin, point, rule, vertical, x-axis, x-coordinate, y-axis, y-coordinate

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**What You Get**

- Over 100 cards of vocabulary terms
- Extra blank pages in case you have more terms you would like to add
- Over 100 Google Slides of vocabulary terms
- extra blank slides in case you have more terms you would like to add

The answer for each term is located on the same card as the clues so that the person reading the card has the answer.

**How Can You Use This?**

This game is a great **bell ringer** or **hallway review**. Keep a set of the “What Am I?” cards in a clear plastic bag. If you have a few extra minutes at the end of a class period, use the cards to review vocabulary with your students.

If you’re walking students through the hallway and are early to where you’re going, have a set of the cards with you. Read students the clues in the hallway and have them raise their hands to guess the vocabulary term. You can also select a student to read the clues.

**Printable Version:**

1. Cut apart each of the cards of people so that they are like playing cards.

2. Shuffle the cards and turn them upside down in a pile.

3. Separate your class into teams (however many you would like – I prefer 2, but you can do more)

4. Choose a player from the first group to come up and read the clues to their team. They finish with, “Who am I?” and their team must guess the answer. If someone from their team guesses correctly, that team gets 2 points. If they are wrong, the next team up has a chance to get 1 point if they answer correctly. If they get it correct, they still get their turn next. If they were incorrect when trying to earn the point, the next group in order (if there are more than 2 teams) will get their chance to get a point. Continue playing in this way until you have completed all of the cards.

**Tips for Digital Use:**

1. Assign the slideshow to students so that they can review key terms

2. Use in class or on Zoom by presenting the slideshow (the first slide has the clues and the second slide reveals the answer).