For the upcoming school year I have created some number task cards. Most are open ended and can be modified to meet my students' individual needs. My students have choice as to which job to do as long as they are working on our overall class learning intention at the time. Of course some jobs are limited by equipment and so we find ways to make that work too. I am also open to their ideas, and I utilize opportunities for real world math as often as I can. If you would like to download some or all of these task cards you can find them here.
I am a K-4 teacher with the Vancouver School District (formerly teaching in Surrey Schools). With 30+ years of experience and a bunch of improvements along the way, I still have so much more to learn. This blog is a way to help me process and share all that I'm discovering on my quest to be the best educator I can be.
Friday, September 5, 2014
Number and Number Set Task Cards
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Karen, I hate the reason for you not being with your kiddos right now. It is obvious to me that you are a fantastic teacher that is very creative in teaching your kids the skills they need to succeed in life. I am enjoying all these task cards you are creating and thinking about how I could create some for my students at the 3rd grade level. I pray that this strike ends soon for both you and your students.ReplyDelete
Thanks Christine. As for task cards for 3rd grade my good friend Kristen Wideen has created some and you may want to check out her blog www.mrswideen.com . Keep those prayers coming re this job action. I miss being with my kidlets.Delete
Love this post Karen! Thank you for sharing these task cards.ReplyDelete
Thank you Kelly. I look forward to hearing how they work with your students and perhaps suggestions for other task cards. :-)Delete