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Do your students need practice identifying patterns in tables, and you need a resource that's engaging and easy to set up? These digital task cards are it! Students can use these paperless task cards to review single-operation numerical patterns in tables (whole numbers only). Use this set with a device during math stations, early finisher options, and morning work.
Students will review:
• identifying the rule in an input/output table
• extending the rule in an input/output table
The 18 self-checking task cards are hosted on Boom Learning℠ and are completely online - no printing, cutting, or laminating! A variety of question types are included, providing students the opportunity to practice different TEI skills. Your purchase will include a PDF with a link to the task cards on the Boom website.
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This resource supports Virginia Math SOL 4.15.
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