Seeing tons of sorting questions in the new technology-enhanced assessments? Looking for something different to engage your students and still activate their critical thinking? Then Sorting Quests are for you! This Sorting Quest comes with multiple options for use in your classroom.
Option 1: Cut & Paste
Print off the cards page (2 to a page), the sorting page of your choice, and the work space. Copy the sorting page and work space back to back. Students will work out each problem on the back side work space, write the answer on the front of the card, and glue it down in the correct space. This can be done independently, with partners, in stations, as homework, etc.
Option 2: Lamination & Answer Sheet
Print off the cards and the sorting pages on card stock and laminate for durability. Place pieces in station bags or tubs for use year after year. For students, print out the answer sheet and work space pages and copy back to back. Students can work out the problems on the back side work space and compete the front side answer sheet with the card letter and answer in the correct location. This option is great if cutting and gluing are not possible or, like my students, they take a million years to cut out paper!
Each Sorting Quest comes with multiple options for how your students can sort their problems. Also included are a two group and three group blank sort where your students will work through each problem and create their own sorting groups. These too can be done with cut and glue or as laminated stations!
This Divisibility Rules Sorting Quest has multiple sorting options. The first sort will have students working with the rules for 2, 3, and 6. They can sort into three groups (divisible by 2,3,6) or two groups (divisible by 6 or not by 6). The second sort explores the rules for 5 and 9. Students will sort into either two groups (divisible by 9 or not 9) or three groups (only 5, only 9, both 5 and 9). The third sort explores the divisibility of 4, 7, and 8. Students will sort into either two groups (divisible by 4 or 8 or divisible by 7) or three groups (divisible by only 4, only 7, or divisible by 4 and 8). As always, this Sorting Quest comes with blank sorts where either you or the students can create the categories the numbers are sorted into.
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