Students can review reference materials and locating information with this helpful and rigorous task card set! They'll review using encyclopedias and other reference books, including online reference materials, along with the table of contents, indices, and charts through a variety of question types!
There are lots of options for how to use these task cards. Add them to centers or set them out for early finishers and morning work. Use them in a review game with partners, small groups, or the whole class! Interested in going digital? Your purchase also includes access to an interactive, self-checking digital version of these cards on Boom Learning℠!
This is an engaging and helpful way to practice TEI skills!
This task card set includes:
• 20 color task cards (half-page size)
• 20 printer-friendly task cards (half-page size)
• digital version of the task cards (hosted on Boom Learning)
• student recording sheets
• answer keys
• directions for preparation and use
Check out the preview to see more about these task cards and to try a sample of the digital version!
The task cards are aligned with Virginia SOL 3.7.
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