In this pack you will find 50 different math rack cards. They are ready to be printed, cut, and laminated. You will also find table tent directions for students for four different math rack station games.
Math Rack Flip - Students flip over a math rack card onto a recording sheet (included in this pack). They fill out the sheet using a white board marker with the number on the rack and how they saw the number.
What's My Number - Students sit across from a partner. They build a number on their personal math rack and show it to their partner briefly. The other partner has to tell them the number that was shown on the rack.
Match My Number - Students sit across from a partner. Both partners have their own math rack. One partner builds a number on their rack and briefly shows it. The other partner then builds the same number on their rack.
Build It! - Students flip over a number card (included in this pack). They build the number on their math rack. They can then try to build the number a different way.
These cards and stations are great for building subitizing skills, number sense, and fact fluency. My students loved these activities! I hope yours will too!
*Please note that three of the stations require students to have their own math racks. These can be purchased at teacher stores or easily made with cardboard, pipe cleaners, and beads.