# 1 and 2 Step Multiplication and Division Task Cards

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Use the 20 multiple choice task cards to practice solving 1 and 2 step problems. A student answer sheet for students to record their answers is included along with QR codes on each card for self-checking. These task cards are perfect for test prep and will work well at Guided Math centers, BUILD, Daily 3 Math stations, for partner work, or with the whole class games- 4 ideas included. Use them with PLICKERS to assess the class!

These cards will look best in color, but will also print out fine in black and white. Simply print and cut along the guidelines. Laminate and use them again and again. Alternatively, you could print black and white cards on cardstock. Keep them in a baggie or whole punch and put on a ring

Included in the unit:

• 4 Whole Class Activities

• 20 Task Cards- Color and Black and White with QR Codes for Self-Checking- multiple choice and open response

o Bubble sheets

o Open responses

o Griddable sheets

• Teacher Answer Keys for all activities.

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38 pages