- Looking for a way to incorporate more technology into your math class? Digital Self-Checking Boom Cards is a great way for students to practice any skill on a device or using an interactive board. This bundle of Boom Cards features 90 different sets of Boom Digital Task Cards to practice a variety$110.00$217.25Save $107.25
Digital Self-Checking Boom Cards is a fun and challenging way for students to practice multiplication skills. Each card is set up as a puzzle. Students will determine missing factors and products to complete each multiplication equation. These cards provide multiple opportunities to engage in meaningful conversations with students about fact families.
• 30 Self-Checking Task Cards
• Built In Answer Key
• Sharing Instructions
• Editable Google Slide to share/display "Fast Pins" easily to students
This Boom Card set is aligned to 3rd grade multiplication fluency
Digital Self-Checking Boom Task Cards do not require printing, laminating, or cutting! Great to use for:
• Whole Class Instruction
• Mini Lessons
• Small Group Instruction
• Math Centers
• Independent Work
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MORE ABOUT BOOM DIGITAL TASK CARDS
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