# Fraction Operations GCF LCM 5th & 6th Grade Math Warm Ups Bell Ringers CCSS TEKS

## Overview

Engage your students with daily math warm ups activities practicing fraction addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, GCF and LCM for your 5th and 6th grade students! These math warm-ups, also known as bell ringers, contains practice for operations with fractions, finding the greatest common factor (GCF) and least common multiple (LCM). Whether you're looking for review, daily math practice, spiral review, or quick test prep, your students will love this resource.

## Why you'll love this

These convenient 5-10 minute warm-ups (aligned to CCSS and TEKS standards) allow students to tackle two math problems focusing on decimal skills. But also include fun icebreaker questions, like "getting to know you" and creative challenges, like "finish the drawing" prompts, helping to build class culture and engage discussions.

CCSS Standards: 5.NF.A.1, 5.NF.A.2, 5.NF.B.3, 5.NF.B.4, 6.NS.A.1, 6.NS.B.4

TEKS Standards: 5.3h, 5.3k, 5.3i, 5.3j, 5,3l, 6.2e, 6.3e, 6.3a

These Print & Go Warmups (19 pages total) include:

✅ 20 Days (40 Problems) of Warm Up Activities

• 2 math problems + 1 fun question per day

✅ Optional bonus page for early finishers

✅ Instructions

✅ Table of Content

Set up:

✅ Each page contains 2-3 days of warm up. In other words, each warm-up is a half sheet or 1/3 of a sheet.

✅ Each warm up contains 2 math problems and either a “getting to know you” or “finish this drawing” fun question.

✅ Each warm up has a self assessment section for students to rate their confidence level for the topics.

✅ Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday's warm up is printed on page 1. Thursday and Friday's warm up on page 2. Or you can print the full week's warm up if you print double sided.

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