I love using Task Cards in my special education math classroom! They are great ways to help students generalize mastered content as well as practice skills for maintenance. These activities help to teach students how to complete work independently!
These task cards can be used several ways!
Laminate them and you can use play-dough or floam to stretch out from the correct set of numbers to the numeral.
Students can also use dry erase markers or washable paint after the cards are laminated!
You can also punch holes from the set to the numeral and thread yarn to show matches.
To get a really good idea of what this product is like, you can download a free version of a similar work task here:
Multi-Sensory Counting Bear Work Tasks
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