This FREE resource provides a twist on the ordinary task card. Students will use task cards to practice skills, but will flip a coin to determine which task they will complete. Each task card has a heads question and a tails question. Students will flip a coin and answer either heads or tails, depending on the coin they flipped. This resource includes 20 task cards. With two questions per card, this resource provides 40 opportunities to practice skills. Kids will love this spin on the ordinary task card. If you like this FREEBIE, stop by my store to get the FULL version.
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Flippin Fun Sentence, Run-On, or Fragment?
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Flippin' Fun Dialogue
Flippin' Fun Comparative and Superlative Adjectives
Flippin' Fun Poetic Devices
Flippin' Fun Verb Tenses
Flippin' Fun Subject and Predicate
Regular and Irregular Plural Nouns Flippin' Fun
Flippin' Fun Possessive Nouns and Plurals
Flippin' Fun Subject Verb Agreement
Homophones Flippin' Fun
This resource includes:
20 Task Cards (with two questions each)
Student Answer Sheet
Perfect for centers, small groups, partner work, or whole group! Kids can take turns flipping the coin!
**Please note that this freebie includes 20 cards. You can purchase the full version of this game in my store. I also have many other Flippin’ Fun resources covering a variety of topics and skills. All paid Flippin’ Fun games include 40 cards. That’s 80 questions total! They also include a cover page to glue on the front of an envelope (for storage of the resources.) Finally, they include cards labeled with the title of the game if you choose to print them on the backs of the cards. This will help keep the cards organized.
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