Ive got a 4/5 split class. Day 1 they were confused and gave simple questions to these answers. Day 3 they were coming up with more complex math questions. Very quick way to start my math lessons and the kids ask for them everyday!
I thought the graphics were nice. I can tell that you put in a lot of effort.
I misunderstood what the product was. I thought it was a I have who has type of game. I only got the answers so I guess the students have to come up with their own question. I am not sure how to rate this becuase I did not get what I thought it was.
I've sold quite a few of these and have never had anyone respond in this way. I thought the description was clear stating that the level of difficulty for students responses was left up to the teacher. This would not be the case with I have...Who has cards. The slide that shows all pages included only shows the task cards with 2 different versions of student response sheets. There is no mention or display of I have...Who has cards.
This is a popular item for me, so hopefully you will be able to find a use for it in your classroom....even if it's not what you understood it to be.
I am in my 6th year of teaching. I've taught Grades 6 - 8, but I'm currently teaching 7th Grade. Most of my career has been spent teaching 7th grade Math, but I have also taught Life Science and Social Studies.