Decimal Patterns in Multiplication and Division Task Cards

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Decimal Patterns in Multiplication and DivisionTask Cards are perfect for centers, a game of Scoot, or even small group practice. They also work well for cooperative structures like Quiz/Quiz/Trade, Fan & Pick, Show Down, or Numbered Heads Together. Included are directions and printable parts for a file folder game that will work with most task card sets.This set includes 24 task cards that feature patterns in the number of zeros in the product or quotient when multiplying or dividing a number by powers of 10. For added durability, print on card stock or laminate.

This set has been designed and organized for easy use in your classroom -

Directions for playing Scoot are included
For easy organization, each card is numbered and labeled by skill
Student recording sheet is included
An answer key is included
Cards can be self checking (optional)
Bonus - Game Board Included - Can be used with any task cards!
Aligned with Math Common Core: 5.NBT.A.2

*Note - This task card set will be included in a Decimal Bundle coming soon.

My students love practicing math skills using task cards!
If you have questions, please contact me at: lollyslocker@mail.com
Thank you for your interest.
Shelley :-)
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Decimal Patterns in Multiplication and Division Task Cards
Decimal Patterns in Multiplication and Division Task Cards
Decimal Patterns in Multiplication and Division Task Cards
Decimal Patterns in Multiplication and Division Task Cards