Do your students need practice with degrees of 10 place value concepts? Are you looking for a way to incorporate differentiation strategies in your classroom? Check out this set of 48 self-checking task cards, aligned to CCSS 4.NBT.A.1.
Students will improve their place value understanding by practicing the skills included in this set.
These cards come in three sizes: 4 to a page, 6 to a page, and 9 to a page. Choose the size(s) that work best for your classroom!
*Please download the preview! These task cards are unique, and include various sizes and the answers printed on the cards, so you can easily use these in various cooperative learning structures.*
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How to use these cards:
-as task cards in learning stations.
-for test prep or review.
-print and cut apart for students to use in math journals.
-with various whole class Kagan Cooperative Learning Structures, such as Quiz-Quiz-Trade, Fan n Pick, or Inside-Outside Circle.
-with various partner Kagan Cooperative Learning Structures, such as Rally Coach or Sage n Scribe.
-Struggling students can take cards home for extra practice.
-Advanced third grade students can use them for enrichment.
-Fifth grade students can use them for review.
-These cards are designed to be printed in full color, but also look terrific in grey scale, printed on white or colorful cardstock.
-Cut lines have been provided to simplify assembly.
-Choose the size(s) you would like to print.
*The 4-up version is great for projecting for your whole class.
*The 4- and 6-up versions are great for using in class as task cards or with Kagan Cooperative Learning Structures. Choose the size that works best for your students.
*The 9-up version is great for an answer key, to print out and cut apart for math journals, or to send home with students for extra practice.
-Decide if you want to coach students to cover the bottom right-hand corner with a thumb while practicing (this is how we do it in my classroom), or you can fold the bottom or right-hand side of the card behind and tape or glue it down.
-If you plan to use your cards more than once, print them on card stock and laminate.
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