Game Boards to Use with Task Cards or Flashcards! FREE
I created these three games because several teachers have asked me if I had ideas about how to use Task Cards besides in Centers or with the game Scoot. These games are a fun alternative.
Use these three games with Task Cards or flash cards to reinforce skills or help with memorization. These games will work best with cards that have just one question and one correct answer for each card, and are in a short answer or multiple choice format. In all three games, students must answer a question from a card correctly before taking their turn. In Fly to the Finish and Race to the Moon, a single set of Task Card will work fine, however, Trading Places will require significantly more cards and would be more suited to flashcards (for example, multiplication facts or foreign language vocabulary words)
Making the Game
Each game is made from three pages. The first page is the title and instructions for the game. The next two pages are the game board itself. The easiest way to assemble the games is to glue the Title/Instructions to the front of a file folder and glue the two parts of the game board inside the folder. You may then want to laminate the whole thing. Please note that for Trading Places, you will need to use a ruler and a black marker to draw seven short lines to complete the hexagons in the center of the board.
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