Which Number is Bigger/Smaller Task Cards
Choose from 2 numbers
Level 1: 0-10 (print pages 3-7)
Level 2: 0-50 (print pages 8-12)
Level 3: 0-100 (print pages 13-17)
Level 4: 100-999 (print pages 18-22)
Blanks included on pages 23-24 so you can make your own.
I have not included data collection sheets, answers, or directions because I don't use them and get frustrated when I accidentally print them. I made the cards to fit 4 on a page such that I could cut them apart with only 2 cuts and no extra trimming. There are no cute pictures or colorful borders so they are excellent for secondary and adult education environments as well as for students who are easily overstimulated with too many visuals.
There are many ways to use task cards. Students can work independently, with adult assistance, or with a partner. Students indicate their answer by pointing, circling, or placing a paperclip or clothespin on their choice.
Sometimes I use task cards as bell work by choosing sets for specific students and placing on their desks before they come in. Other times I use them with Teacch style task boxes for independent work. I also put them in a center for partner work. Each partner completes half of the cards and then they look at them together to see if they agree. It starts some great math discussions among my higher functioning students.
You have my permission to duplicate at will for student use but I retain the copyright and you may not profit from my work.