Do your students need practice with number fluency?
These task cards can be adapted to help all your students working with numbers 1-120.
The cards can be adapted to use with all levels of students. Students who are able to write the numbers can be given dry erase pens to fill in the blank spaces. Students who are still working on fine motor control can use many of the options listed below.
Assistive number lines included
Title pages for task books included
Laminate number cards and task cards. Cut number cards into individual numbers
Cut task cards into individual cards.
How to use this product.
Separate the cards into usable batches. This will be different for each class of students and depend upon ability. I tend to separate the cards into groups of no more than 20 cards. This makes the workload easy and manageable for the student. Make an interactive (book) Flip Chart
Use a blank page for the back of your book (stiff paper like card stock
works the best for this.) Put clear velcro on the faces of the cards and on the back of the numbers. Stick the cards for each book on the bottom of the blank sheet and bind the task cards on the top.
Use it in a sensory box
Give the students the missing numbers. (a selected group)
Place the cards in a sensory box. Students pull out the card and match it with the coordinating number.
On the Smart board
I typically introduce this product by putting it up on the smart board and demonstrating and practicing with students in a mini lesson.
Make it magnetic
Put magnets on the corners of the the task cards. Place magnets on the back of the numbers. Place the appropriate numbers and and task cards at a magnetic center.
I hope you and your students love this activity!
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