Dividing Unit Fractions by Whole Numbers and Whole Numbers by Unit Fractions- QR Task Cards give Immediate Feedback!
Special Notes to Buyers:
→This is one of the first sets of QR Task Cards that I am publishing and as a release special I have them discounted to $1.00! The price will go up to $2.50 once I have released bundled sets for additional standards.
→The QR code links(answers) are hosted in Google Drive. Please note that if your district blocks Google Drive, then your district devices may not be able to access the QR codes. In this case, you can use non-district devices to access the codes, or the printable answer key (included in the product download).
These are not your average task cards!
So what makes them unique?
→1.) The shape:
Rather than being small and square, these task cards are longer and rectangular. This makes them perfect for storing on a binder ring but students can still easily see each question, card number, and QR code.
→2.) Space on each card for student work and answers:
I specifically left space for students to complete their work right on the card! Simply, laminate, and let students work on them with a thin expo or vis-a-vis. No extra paper needed! But there is still a student answer sheet included as an option for using the set with groups or the whole class at once.
→3.) QR Codes give immediate feedback:
Simply scan the code with any device or computer! Students can see immediately if they are correct. No more completing an entire worksheet incorrectly! Printable answer keys are also included.
This specific set includes 26 task cards which cover the following math standard:
→Apply and extend previous understandings of division to divide unit fractions by whole numbers and whole numbers by unit fractions.
→5 extension problems included: Dividing non-unit fractions by whole numbers and whole numbers by non-unit fractions
Pg. 1-3: About This Product/Teacher Instructions:
•What are Task Cards?
•Why should I use Task Cards instead of worksheets?
•What are QR Codes?
•Why did you put QR Codes on Task Cards?
•How do we scan the QR Codes?
•Do my students have to have smartphones?
•Student Usage (task card activity ideas)
•Question and Answer Formats
Pgs. 4-10: Task Cards
Pgs. 11-12: "Student Workspace and Answers" pages
Pgs. 13-14: Answer Keys
More QR Task Card Sets Available:
(more will be added soon!)
Multiplying Fractions 5NF4
Add/Subtract Fractions with unlike Denominators 5NF1
If you have any questions, please email me at:
(c) 2017 Amber Carlson