Keep students engaged and give them plenty of extra practice with analyzing relationships with these 24 task cards in both color and black and white.
This product can also be found in my Operations & Algebraic Thinking Task Card Bundle.
Some ways to use task cards in your classroom include the following:
Remediation and Small Group – Not every student gets a skill the first time they are taught it. Task cards are a great resource to give students the extra practice they need while working at their own pace.
Movement – When students are up and moving around the classroom they are more engaged. There are many ways to get students up and moving with task cards. One way is the game Scoot. To play Scoot place one task card on each desk. Give students a time frame to solve and record each answer. When time is up, Scoot is called and students move to the next desk. This process continues until the student is back at their original desk or until the teacher calls time.
Centers - Put the task cards in a center activity to give students extra practice. Provide an answer key, so students can self check their answers.