Level 1 has 20 task cards modeling integers -10 to +10 with only the Algebra tiles representing those.
Level 2 has 20 task cards modeling integers -10 to +10 requiring the student to eliminate zero pairs to find the integer.
There are no instructions, title pages, or answer keys with this set so you can just print and go. They are visually very simple on purpose. I teach secondary and my students often can’t handle a lot of visual distraction. Each page has 4 cards that take up the entire page so you don’t have to trim borders off.
There are many ways to use task cards. Students can work independently, with adult assistance, or with a partner. Students indicate their answer by pointing, circling, or placing a paperclip or clothespin on their choice.
Sometimes I use task cards as bell work by choosing sets for specific students and placing on their desks before they come in. Other times I use them with Teacch style task boxes for independent work. I also put them in a center for partner work. Each partner completes half of the cards and then they look at them together to see if they agree. It starts some great math discussions among my higher functioning students.