There are tons of uses for these cards within your classroom to practice or review the standards listed below. I often play a game called Scoot where the cards are spread out around my classroom. All students start out at a card. I start the timer for anywhere from 2-4 minutes. Students need to use that time to read the card, and answer the question on their answer sheets. When the timer goes off, we all yell, “Scoot!” and students move along to the next card to repeat the process. I’ve done this where students work independently and have also had them work in pairs or small groups. There are many ways to modify this to meet your needs. They are all multiple choice to allow for students to answer quickly and for them to be checked quickly, but the stories and questions also lend themselves to short answer types of questions if that is your need.
I always try to make my products available in both a PDF and a Word format. The PDF format works great to allow fonts and graphics to download well. If you are like me, however, there is always one or two things you’d like to tweak to make it work for your kiddos. Please use either in a way that works for you.