-16 Task Cards that I created for my kiddos. They worked really well.
-Color Coded Task Cards: 4 Postive Integers, 4 Negative Ingeters, 4 Fractions, and 4 Decimals
-Black and White Version
-Three different answer-sheet versions or you can choose to note use an answer sheet at all.
-Self-Checking Answer Sheet: I created an answer bank so students can check their work as they go along. I LOVE task cards, but I am creating more self-checking activities to help students develop their self-reliance and free my time up to help students who are struggling with the concept. You can however choose not to use the self-checking answer sheet.
Ideas on how to differentiate this for your students:
1) Require students to work for a certain amount of time, rather than requiring a certain number of cards.
2) Have students that struggle start with the red cards (they are the easiest).
3) When students are done, have students create and solve their own 3-step problems.
4) Give every pair a card. Have students write a paragraph explains how to solve the problem or draw a diagram that explains how to solve the problem. Collect the hints, scan, and upload to use during review time.
5) Use this as a station or center activity. Have students self-select which 6 cards they would like to solve.