Using Board Games to Engage Students with Task Cards! (Task Card Corner)
Task Card Corner: Using Board Games to Engage Students with Task Cards! - Use almost any board game that students already know how to play. The one new rule - they must answer the question on a task card correctly before taking their turn.
Place Value Toss
Place Value Toss! A fun DIY hands on way to practice place value! A fun math game for elementary kids!
This is a Bright Ideas Symposium! for 146 more bright ideas, click the picture! No products, just ideas like using sheet protectors to file. Nothing falls out! Putty for place mats at guided reading
"I Can" Common Core Second Grade
Common Core in a kid/parent friendly format. This shows what they need to know for all grades.
Teaching With a Mountain View: Task Card Corner
photo of multiplication journal entry @ Runde's Room
Fern's Freebie Friday ~ FREE Addition of Multi-Digit Whole Numbers Within 1000 Sample Task Cards
#FreebieFriday ~ #FREE Addition of Multi-Digit Whole Numbers Within 1000 Sample Task Cards #TPT
grade calendar: Thinking about having this as a daily journal idea for each student to do and turn in at the end of the week. NEED TO ADD: language arts elements to it.
Task Card Scavenger Hunt -- a lot like "I Have, Who Has" games -- this would work with any task card set that has one unique, correct answer to each question
Place Value Task Cards - Degrees of 10 - Self-Checking & Common Core Aligned
48 task cards for fourth grade. Common core aligned: - place value and…
Sunny Days in Second Grade: Bright Ideas for Using Task Cards- place value and spelling ideas