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Go digital with Boom Cards™! In this deck, students will practice converting and comparing metric units of length in a variety of ways, such as multiple select, drag and drop, and fill in the blank.
Assign Boom Cards™ through Google Classroom or through the Boom Learning℠ platform. This product is perfect to use as a math center, homework assignment, warm up activity, exit ticket, or part of your whole group instruction. Students can use a computer or tablet to work through the cards individually, while teachers can project them on an interactive white board for whole group instruction.
Boom Cards™ require no prep and provide immediate feedback for teachers and students, which make them the perfect digital classroom resource! Be sure to download my preview for an interactive sample of this set of Boom Cards™!
Check out my blog post with more details on how to use Boom Cards in the classroom and how to assign them to your students.
You may also be interested in these Measurement Boom Card decks available in my store!
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