Math task cards are a great activity to get students to practice their math skills. You can use them as flashcards or have them record their answers for you to assess.
You can print them off on different color paper, cut them out, paper hole punch them, and put a ring on it to make it portable. You could also put them in sheet protectors. A great way to have students practice math skills without having to give them a worksheet!
Included are math task cards that assess the skills below. Each skill has 28 questions. Provided are recording sheets and an answer key.
~Counting Forward from 0-120
~Counting Backward from 120-0
~Skip Counting by 10s, 5s, and 2s, from 0-120
~10 More and 10 Less
~Placing Whole Numbers in Order
~Finding the Correct Problem
~Adding to 10 or 12
~More Than, Less Than, Fewer Than
~Doubles and Doubles +1