Boom Cards™ are a great way for students to practice dividing decimals. This deck included 25 cards. You can see a sample of cards on the preview as well as the thumbnail.
My students love Boom Cards so much they play at home. Once assigned to a class and student the deck is available for homework/review at home.
These cards are hosted on Boom Learning™ site which will provide TPT customers with an account in order to use any purchased decks. These decks CAN ONLY BE USED WITHIN THIS APP and cannot be printed, downloaded or transferred to Google classroom--or any other platform. You can provide the link to the cards in using any online platform but the cards themselves can ONLY BE USED WITHIN THE boomlearning™ platform.
You can check out how the cards play by clicking on the preview and playing a sample.
Perfect for assessing understanding. This set of Boom Cards features 30 different Digital Self-Checking Task Cards. (No printing, cutting, laminating, or grading!)
Digital Self-Checking Boom Task Cards do not require printing, laminating, or cutting! Great to use for:
• Whole Class Instruction
• Mini Lessons
• Small Group Instruction
• Math Centers
• Independent Work
Beginning January 1: With your Teachers Pay Teachers purchase, users new to Boom Learning get a three-month free trial of student progress reporting for up to 150 students. Your trial includes the ability to make up to 5 free DIY decks. You may upgrade or cancel at any time. Boom Cards play on modern browsers (released in the last three years) on interactive whiteboards, computers and tablets. Boom Cards apps are also available. Not sure if your browser is modern enough? Try a free Boom Cards deck first. When you redeem your purchase, Boom Learning opens an account for you if you do not already have one. If you do not subscribe at the end of your trial, you will be able to continue using Boom Cards with the Fast Play feature. Fast Play does not track individual progress. If you do not subscribe we will delete your student records 3 months after the expiration of the trial to protect student privacy