End of the year activity for small groups or math centers!
I hope you will like these task cards for small groups and centers!
A RECIPE FOR MATH TASK CARDS! JUST ADD NUMBERS!
GRADES 4 -6 (some advanced 3rd graders can do these )
158 cards in all!
Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Rounding Numbers, Rounding to the Nearest Dollar, Greater Than, Less than, Equal, Place Value
I used dotted lines to show the type of problem for the task card.
EX: _ _ _ + _ _ _ = _____ This would be for adding two 3- digit numbers.
EX: _ _ x _ _ = _____ This is for multiplying 2 digits by 2.
Your students would fill in the numbers for their partner to solve and make an answer key to check the problems later. (see below how to use the task cards)
The addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division task cards start with 2 digits and go up to 4 digit problems to solve. This variety of problems are great for early finishers.
Your students can decide whether to use the dotted line as a guide or not.
Your students will be able to use any number. Just write the number or numbers in.
HOW TO USE THE TASK CARDS:
Your students can do these in groups of 2. They can make problems and then exchange task cards. They will have to solve the problems that their partner has made for them.
(Students can make an answer sheet for the problem they give to their partner.)
I wasn’t sure how many problems you would like your students to do at one time.
I chose 8,10, and 12 for the recording sheets. (The pages have 4 or 6 cards on a page.) This way when you print, you will have the right number of task cards for the recording sheets. No waste of ink.
For the greater than, less than and equal section, students will have to provide both numbers. The correct symbol would be circled on the task card to solve the problem.
For rounding numbers: Students can write the number that is to be rounded in the chef hat. Their partner would then write that number and the number it is rounded to
on the task card.
Recording sheets for each set of task cards
The number of the task card can be written in the chef hat, the math book, or somewhere else on the task card. Students can use the recording sheets for answers and to show their work.
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