The math task cards can be used in a variety of ways. You can place them on student desks to play the traditional “Scoot” game, tack them up around your room for a math scavenger hunt, or pair them with a board game (Candyland works well) in a math center.
I print my game cards with multiple pages per sheet to reduce the card size, but you can also use the full-sized pages to project for whole-class activities.
-36 math task cards using addition, subtraction, and multiplication with 2, 4, 5, 7, 10.
-18 are story problems and 18 are numeric equations.
-“Action” cards to use with the board game option.
-recording sheet (though I just use folded paper to conserve copies at my school)
These are winter-themed, not Christmas. They are also part of my Winter Wonderland Unit for Big Kids
so you don't need to purchase these if you already have that.