Measurement can be fun to practice with Measurement Task Cards! Converting Measurements can be difficult for students to master. However, with this set of game cards (task cards), it can become easier!
These task cards are based on the popular game, I Have, Who Has?
To play, print the file, and cut out the different cards. Pass one card out to each student. There are 20 cards, so students may get more than one card depending on the size of your group. Use in Math Centers, as individual work, or for early finishers. I have discovered that my students love to complete the task cards in a game format, such as Scoot!
The student with the start card will begin by reading their card aloud. Your students will need to listen to the clues, and read their cards to see if their card is next. When they think their card is next, they need to read their clue for the next player. The activity is finished once all cards have been read.
See my Customary Conversions (I Have, Who Has) Game here:
• Customary Conversions Game
This resource is also available in a bundle. You can see it here:
• Converting Customary and Metric Measurements I Have, Who Has Game BUNDLE
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