Finding the perimeter of a polygon, particularly of a rectangle, is a skill students will need and use in real life. This task card set allows them to see one concrete application of perimeter
, and also brings art appreciation
and beauty into your class room!
100% Spanish, and suitable for dual language, dual immersion, bilingual, and native Spanish-speaking classrooms.
How it works:
32 place value cards are included, with a recording sheet for student use, plus an answer key. Use them with board games; hunt for them around the room; place them in a center; use them in math workshop; send a few home as differentiated homework; play whole-class games like Scoot...however you choose to use them, you'll find one problem per card for the student to solve. Like all of my task card sets
, each card has the title of the set plus a small clip art image that is unique to that set. Mix up a few sets for differentiation? It will be easy to sort them out when you're finished! This set also includes a bonus
: full-page images of each painting you can use to extend the learning! Add in more art history, use them as discussion or writing prompts, or just bring more art and culture to your classroom by projecting one each day!
Aligned to CCSS and TEKS for third grade. CCSS 3.MD.8, and TEKS 3.b.7.B
Especially relevant for third graders, but also great for review and/or differentiation at higher levels and lower levels.
Task card set of 32 cards plus student recording sheet, answer key, standards alignment, notes to the teacher, and a full-page image for each painting you can project to extend the learning,
These cards use very light color on a simple border and small clip art image on each card. Don't have or don't want to use a color printer? Just print in black and white or gray scale.
Please look at the preview to see everything included in this resource!
You might also be interested in these resources:
Clipped Corner Place Value Cards
Place Value Task Cards to Thousands
Coin Task Cards
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