Digital task cards are highly engaging and require no prep
and no paper!
All you need is a device, a free Google account and access to the internet. Students type their answers directly on the slides in the provided text boxes. An optional printable recording sheet is included if you’d like your students to turn in a paper copy. A bonus self-grading Google Forms™ assessment
is also included.
To see the task cards up close, please download the preview. You can also check out my original printable version of these task cards (with buyer ratings) HERE.
This set includes 32 task cards for which students must find quotients with and without remainders for three and four-digit dividends and one-digit divisors. Please note that there are pre-made text boxes for students to type their answers on each slide. However, I did not create text boxes underneath for students to show their work. (You can choose to have students do this themselves or show their work on paper and just write their final answer on the Google Slides.) This product is aligned to the Common Core State Standard 4.NBT.6.
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Be sure to check out my other digital math task cards for grades 3 & 4 below, organized by domain:
Operations & Algebraic Thinking:
Word Problems (Sports Themed)
Word Problems (School Themed)
Properties of Multiplication
Factors & Multiples
Continuing Number Patterns & Skip Counting
Ways to Show Multiplication
Number & Operations in Base 10:
Place Value: Rounding, Comparing, Ordering, Number Forms
Comparing & Ordering Multi-digit Numbers
Multi-digit Addition & Subtraction
Multiplying by 1 and 2-digit Numbers
Number & Operations: Fractions:
Fractions: Identifying, Ordering, Comparing, Equivalence
Fractions on a Number Line
Adding & Subtracting Fractions
Multiplying Fractions by Whole Numbers
Mixed Numbers & Improper Fractions
Decimals: Identifying, Comparing, Ordering
Measurement & Data:
Measuring Angles with a Protractor
Measuring to the Half & Quarter Inch (With Line Plots)
Telling Time to the Minute
Geometry: Lines, Angles, Polygons, Area/Perimeter