Word Work Task Cards Four Pictures Equals One Word. The intention of this activity is to have students think about words and the letter combinations that make up words. The cards can be tied into the CCSS as well.
-There are 50 “Challenge” cards included. The cards work best if they are printed off on a heavier paper and then laminated. The cards can also be bound together for a station or they can be stacked loosely also- whatever works best for you.
-Each card contains four pictures. Students are to look at the pictures and decide what they have in common. The letters to choose from are listed towards the bottom of each card. For most cards, not all 11 letters will be used. The number of letters in the word is also located at the very bottom of each card.
Included in this zipped file is:
-50 task/challenge cards (plus a cover page)
-Teacher tips and answer key
-Student handout for recording answers
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