These cards are easy to use. When student have independent assessments, the teacher can do a quick assessment to see who is needing help, who is good to go, and who is finished. This will also the allow the students not to feel singled out when they raise their hands. On the back sides, there are multiple choice cards. These are great for whole class participation. When the teacher is going over answers, the whole class holds up their choice and you can get a quick view of who is getting it and who isn't. This gets the whole class participating. I use them often with state test practice.
Directions: Cut on outside lines. Fold each color in half. Hole punch, which should go through to both sides if you folded. Glue in between for more stability if needed. I would also recommend printing on card stock for durability. Attach to a key ring or paper clip.