Would you like to rejuvenate and refresh math instruction time in your elementary classroom? Math task cards are the perfect answer! They are versatile, easy to use, and provide an easy way to add practice without more worksheets. Each task card has an individual, stand alone task or problem.
How To Use Task Cards
You can group cards by a particular skill and use them for centers, independent practice, or for whole class games like SCOOT. Early finishers can use them, or you can assign them to particular students while you work with a small group. Tasks from multiple skills can be grouped together to create review activities for end of year or standardized tests. Best of all, task cards can be used year after year with no prep work!
For the upper elementary classroom, I offer a huge bundle of math task cards here.
This set includes cards for 19 different topics such as place value decimals, adding and subtracting fractions, rounding, and more. You can easily use these for classroom practice or fun review games. This bundle has task cards for all the topics you might work on during the year- which means you always have math activities ready to go! I’ve also included two sets of Boom cards that can be used for digital practice.
After seeing the flexibility these task cards provide, I hope you will grab a set and make your classroom math practice even more fun!
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