This set of tasks cards requires students to read a short passage about a character and then decide on a character trait that best represents the character. The first 5 are multiple choice and the last 5 the students need to make a decision on
As a Special Education Teacher, I have to find ways to keep the content interesting and relevant. This set of task cards does both. Students are taking grocery lists and computing to see how much each bill would be and are also figuring out
This document is good practice or review for place value through the millions place. There are 8 task cards each with between 2 -3 questions, as well as a QR code for the student to scan in order to see the answers. It includes:
1. Naming the
These are task cards for the students to use as part of independent practice. There is no answer key because student answers may vary.
I use these in my Special Education class. Because the reading level is varied, there are also picture cues to
These are task cards that will help to strengthen student understanding of vocabulary that revolves around Map Skills. There are 22 task cards with 2 blank ones as well for personal use. This contains a blank answer sheet as well as an answer card.
This is a spelling sort based on 3 ways to spell the long A sound. Students must sort words based on where in the word they hear the Long A sound: middle of the word = "ai" or "aCe" and end of word means "ay". They then write in their spellings
The 10 task cards presented here ask students to: 1. identify the value of a digit in a number 2. To write out the decimal number given in words as a number. Each student should use a loose leaf piece of paper or their math journals to complete
This spelling homework packet looks at the difference between -dge and -ge words. It includes a sort, a fill in the blank, drawing words and creating sentences, and writing the words 3x each. Included is also a page that I have the children cut and