# First Grade Math Task Cards - Open Ended Questions - Higher Order Thinking

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Want to challenge your students thinking in Math? These open ended task cards are designed for first grade to promote higher order thinking skills. There are 32 task cards included in color and black lined. The task cards consist of a variety of topics: number, operations, chance, 2D and 3D shapes, length and fractions. Each task card has an open ended question, which will challenge your students to think of a number or possible answers.

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♥ Math centers/rotations
♥ Assessment
♥ Guided Math Lesson
♥ Early finishers

This pack includes:
• Teacher instruction sheet
• Product use
• Two sets of 32 task cards in color and black lined - open ended math questions on each task card.

The answer is 10. What is the question?
•5 + 5 =
•Double 5
•Half of 20
•What is the difference between 10 and 20?
•What is the sum of both of your hands?
•What is one third of 30?
•How many years in a decade?
•The class had 20 students. Half of them sat down. How many students were still standing?

There are so many possible questions that students could come up with. For each task cards students could record their answers on mini whiteboards, boards, or in their math books.

Simply print and laminate the task cards onto hard card stock paper for durability. Print a class set of student response sheets.

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