Tape Diagram Multiplication COMPARISON Task Cards Set 3
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This set of 24 task cards teaches comparison multiplication with visual modeling as seen in Singapore Math and Engage New York. Tape diagrams, also called bar models, help students see the relationship between numbers.
This is the third set of task cards in this series. Each card requires students to use critical thinking to make multiple comparisons.
Each set includes:
• Task cards are color and printer friendly
• Response sheet
• Answer Key
• Model question for teacher demonstration
Edit 11/7/15: I changed card 15 from "change" to "charged". I've also added a printer friendly version of the response sheet.
10/29/14 edit - typo fixed, two more model questions with hints added.
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Tape Diagram Multiplication BUNDLE ONE - 192 Cards (Sets 1,2,3 & 4)
Set 1 – 92 Tape Diagram MULTIPLICATION Task Cards
Set 2 – 44 Tape Diagram Multiplication WORD PROBLEM Task Cards
Set 3 – 24 Tape Diagram Multiplication COMPARISON Task Cards
Set 4 – 32 Tape Diagram Multiplication MISSING FACTOR Task Cards
Tape Diagram BUNDLE TWO
- 232 multiplication and division task cards using Tape Diagrams, Strip Diagrams or Bar Models
Tape Diagram Bundle TWO Includes:
• Set 5 - 92 number sentence multiplication task cards
• Set 6 - 44 multiplication 2-step comparison task cards
• Set 7 - 32 word problem task cards using a multiples of ten
• Set 8 - 32 task cards using a teen factor and the distributive property
• Set 9 - 32 task cards using single digit division.
Challenging and engaging!
The Student Created Word Problems always create a roar of approval in my classroom as pairs work together to create their own word problems within the parameters of the sentence frames based on Cognitive Guided Instruction.
STUDENT CREATED Multiplication and Division Sentence Frame Bundle
STUDENT CREATED Addition and Subtraction Sentence Frame Bundle
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