My Turn to Learn Task Cards: Powers of Ten and Exponents with QR Codes

My Turn to Learn Task Cards: Powers of Ten and Exponents w
My Turn to Learn Task Cards: Powers of Ten and Exponents w
My Turn to Learn Task Cards: Powers of Ten and Exponents w
My Turn to Learn Task Cards: Powers of Ten and Exponents w
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Turn to Learn task cards are fun to use because students love using a QR code reader to check their answers.

This product contains:

• 24 task cards with a Power of Ten or Exponent statement or problem. Question format includes: "The fifth power of ten." (100,000) or "Four times the second power of 10." (400).

• 24 cards with a corresponding QR code. The QR codes are the answers to the problems.

• 2-sided workspace recording sheet that students can use to solve the problems. Students needing more space will have to use their own paper.

• Traditional answer key for those not wanting to use the QR code component.

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To Assemble: Print off all task card problems. Then print the QR codes on the back side. Be sure the Question numbers match up. I like to run task cards on card stock and laminate for durability. Cut on dotted lines. Put cards in sequential order, with cover and directions on top. The margin on the left side of each card is for binding (or hole punch). I prefer to bind.

How to Use: Students use the 2-sided workspace recording sheet to solve each of the 24 questions. Students then use a QR reader to check answers as they go or after they’ve finished a predetermined amount of questions.

Check out my "Stimulating Motivation with QR Codes" blog post regarding how to assemble and use this product.

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My Turn to Learn Task Cards: Powers of Ten and Exponents w
My Turn to Learn Task Cards: Powers of Ten and Exponents w
My Turn to Learn Task Cards: Powers of Ten and Exponents w
My Turn to Learn Task Cards: Powers of Ten and Exponents w