Task Cards are all the rage in elementary classrooms—and rightfully so, both students AND teachers love them. They’re a fun (sneaky) way of getting students to answer questions that would normally be on boring, old worksheets! It’s time we bring them to the middle school classroom!
~28 multiple choice cards about Economics
~Ideas for use
~Blank cards for ore questions
Topics: command, market, & traditional economic systems, trade barriers, currency exchange, standard of living, literacy rate, & factors of production.
Task Cards can be used in many different ways:
-With a partner or small group (give a certain amount of time until they have to pass the questions on)
-Have students write the answers on the back and play “Memory”
-In a scavenger hunt (give students the answers and hide the questions around the room)
-For students who finish early
-Individually, to review for tests
-When you have a few minutes to spare before the bell rings…
*These task cards were designed to fit Georgia Performance Standards for 6th grade social studies.
Like what you see? Then bundle up and save! This file is part of my Economics Unit Bundle that is located here: Economics Unit Bundle