The task cards can be used in several different ways. The students can use them as a review station in which all cards are to be worked recorded on paper. This could be used as a grade if needed.
A group could be working together on one card at a time. The first person to get the correct answer gets the card. The person with the most cards at the end wins.
The task cards could be used as part of the game. If the student answers the question correctly, they can roll the dice and move forward on the game board. The first person to make it to the finish spot, wins.
If you have students who are struggling on two different skills, one student could be using this set of cards to practice converting length measurements while the other student is working on another set of cards to practice their trouble area. They could be using the same game board to see who makes it to the finish spot and wins.
Also included are match up cards. Students could play a game where they are trying to beat another classmate by being the first one to match the length conversions. The game could also be played like a memory game.