These cards can be used in multiple ways. Students can work together or individually. They can use them to match, determine degree of appropriateness, begin a discussion, or write an essay. There are even more options that you could imagine for
Learning how to find accurate information efficiently on the Internet is difficult for all ages. This is designed for 3rd grade and up--though probably the second semester of 3rd grade rather than the first on the younger end.
I created this for my K-1 library students. There is room for some writing to be filled out by students and there are pictures to color. I have hollow title texts for them to fill in with their own colors, also. The basic standards we met are
As mentioned in the first page of the file, this does not include handouts for every task card simply because not every task card makes sense to use with a handout. Part of the fun of task cards is getting to create less formulaic products which
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I created these for my fourth grade students as part of a folklore unit. These could easily be adapted or used as they are for older grades, also. My students were allowed to select two tasks
Lattice multiplication is a big help for some students, though it will drive others up the wall. It is a good tool for them to try out, if nothing else.
If you do not know how to do lattice multiplication, there is a good worksheet with a short
I made these for my classroom to help keep our community supplies organized. Included in the zip file is a PDF and the original PowerPoint file. Feel free to edit the PowerPoint file in whatever way you need for your own use. I printed these two to