Using a shopping trip to the mall for math is engaging for students. These 20 task cards reinforce math skills such as permutations, combinations, patterns, combinations, probability, logic, and extra thinking.
How can I use this product?
I have used task cards as a math center, journal prompts, whole class Scoot game, class discussions, or even assessments. Perfect for early finishers!
What is a sample question?
For your day at the mall you need to get $50 from the ATM. The ATM can only give out $10s and $20s. It shoots out one bill at a time, what are all the combinations and order the money could come out?
How is this different from other TPT products?
*I try to use real life math questions, as well as using actual mall pictures to engage students.
*Students need to figure out the problem to solve, instead of just seeing a problem to solve.
*My answer keys are like mini-lessons, so you can give them to your students for a self-correcting center.
What is included?
The 15 page PDF file contains:
Cover page/notes/copyright info (2 pages)
5 pages with 4 task cards on each page
1 page with 4 blanks if you want to add on your own
1 pages for your student to record their answers
4 page of answer keys
2 page for tracking students
Is this available in a bundle as well?
Not at this time.
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