The handson Math Can Take You Places After School games are easytofollow and fun for various group sizes in various settings, including practice time at home. Below are the 28 total after school games and activities, along with other resources to help with implementation.
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Includes the curriculum Table of Contents and other materials designed to help with successful implementation.

1Inch and 1Centimeter Graph paper (8KB PDF)
Math Can Take You Places After School TEKS and Common Core Correlations At a Glance (375KB PDF)

Student Pre and PostSurveys (64KB PDF)
Student Pre and PostTests for the Individual Activities (66KB PDF)
After School Games and Activities

Complete After School Guide, Updated 2016
This document contains the entire after school Math Can Take You Places curriculum. Activities are listed by focus area in alphabetical order. Each individual activity has its own separate numbering. 
Equivalency : 5,6
Buy items needed for a camping trip by changing fractional prices to dollars.

Equivalency : 3,4
Students will achieve the lowest possible score by adding the remaining numbers.

Equivalency : 5,6
Make an individual portion of ice cream without using the exact measurement tools.

Equivalency : 3,4
Match word problems to their equations, then solve the equation for the missing quantity that makes the number sentence true.

Measurement : 3,4,5,6
Define, estimate, and investigate measurement while creating a model of a pro basketball player.

Measurement : 3,4,5,6
Use grid paper to calculate the area and perimeter of different objects, including the children's hands.

Measurement : 3,4,5,6
Kick a soccer ball to create a quadrilateral (foursided figure) and calculate the perimeter of the shape.

Measurement : 3,4,5,6
Design the layout of a room to accommodate a 7 1/2foot basketball player by investigating the measurement concepts of perimeter and area.

Measurement : 3,4,5,6
Students will estimate the weights and masses of items that will be packed for a vacation. The objective is to select items that come closest to the specified weight limit without going over.

Measurement : 3,4,5,6
Answer measurement questions to get your tourist dressed for vacation.

Patterns : 3,4
Students will determine the fraction in lowest terms that generated each set of equivalent fractions.

Patterns : 3,4
Use makebelieve currency for an imaginary planet and compare its value to the U.S. dollar.

Patterns : 3
Compete in a pattern relay with a final deciding game of tugofwar.

Problem Solving : 3,4,5
Students will use problemsolving and estimation skills to solve realworld problems involving addition and subtraction.

Problem Solving : 3,4,5,6
Plan the area arrangement for dream bedroom.

Problem Solving : 3,4,5,6
Plan the area arrangement for a new game area or for an outside carnival.

Problem Solving : 3,4,5,6
Compete in a mental and physical challenge.

Problem Solving : 3,4
Solve mental math problems.

Problem Solving : 3,4,5,6
Use problem solving to create a work schedule for a ballpark concession stand.

Reasonableness : 3,4,5,6
Calculate the maximum and minimum amounts of money a person would need to spend for a trip to Rome, Italy.

Reasonableness : 3,4
Students use estimation skills in problemsolving situations.

Reasonableness : 4,5
Calculate the maximum and minimum amount of money a person would need to build the vehicle of his or her dreams.

Reasonableness : 4,5
Students will practice estimating volume in cubic units.

Reasonableness : 3,4,5
Make your way down the fairway using multiplication and estimation without overshooting the greens.

Reasonableness : 3,4,5,6
Use estimation to travel across the United States using addition, subtraction multiplication and division.
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Concept Area  PDF Name  Grade Levels  File Size 

All  Complete After School Guide, Updated 2016

3,4,5,6  11MB 
Equivalency  5,6  423KB  
Equivalency  3,4  1.4MB  
Equivalency  5,6  113KB  
Equivalency  3,4  352KB  
Measurement  3,4,5,6  407KB  
Measurement  3,4,5,6  194KB  
Measurement  3,4,5,6  188KB  
Measurement  3,4,5,6  181KB  
Measurement  3,4,5,6  110KB  
Measurement  3,4,5,6  414KB  
Patterns  3,4  1.4MB  
Patterns  3,4  1.8MB  
Patterns  3  4.6MB  
Problem Solving  3,4,5  5MB  
Problem Solving  3,4,5,6  183KB  
Problem Solving  3,4,5,6  176KB  
Problem Solving  3,4,5,6  181KB  
Problem Solving  3,4  752KB  
Problem Solving  3,4,5,6  212KB  
Reasonableness  3,4,5,6  194KB  
Reasonableness  3,4  177KB  
Reasonableness  4,5  193KB  
Reasonableness  4,5  99KB  
Reasonableness  3,4,5  5.1MB  
Reasonableness  3,4,5,6  3.9MB 