This set of math task cards will help your students practice adding three numbers. Students will use addition strategies such as using doubles, near doubles and number bonds for ten to solve the equations. There are 32 task cards in this set. The questions are presented in a multiple choice format. There are two kinds of student recording sheets which will allow you to have a student accountability piece. An answer keys are also provided.
You will need to print and cut out four task cards from each of the 8 pages. Color ink is required for printing. I recommend that you use the best quality print setting and print on card-stock paper. If desired, laminate the task cards for long lasting use. The task cards could also be printed with a high quality gray-scale setting if color ink is limited. Please be sure to view the photograph in the preview file to see the results of my own gray-scale printing. The task cards measure at approximately 5 ¼ x 4 inches or 13 x 10 centimeters.
I made this set of task cards to align with a Virginia math standard of learning for 2nd graders which were adopted in 2016. If you teach 2nd grade math in the state of Virginia, these task cards might help you review a specific objective! That is, demonstrate fluency with addition facts within twenty. If you teach 3rd grade math in Virginia and want your students to “Rock the Test”, you might want to use these a few weeks prior to testing. They’ll give your students a rigorous mental work out! This set might also be appropriate for second semester first graders.
I suggest that students have access to manipulatives such as math cubes and some scratch paper in the center where you plan to use the task cards.
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TASK CARDS FOR SECOND GRADE BASIC MATH FACTS FLUENCY AND MORE