Add this BOOM! game to your task card routine, and your students will love it! It's a fun way to mix up centers, review, and general instruction.

BOOM! A Free Game to Use with Task Cards

Add this BOOM! game to your task card routine, and your students will love it! It's a fun way to mix up centers, review, and general instruction.

These free measurement task cards will help your student practice a variety of essential mathematics skills, as well as practice the skill of measurement. Plus, since they're task cards, you can use them in centers, as a review game, as partner work, and more!

FREE Measurement Task Cards

These free measurement task cards will help your student practice a variety of essential mathematics skills, as well as practice the skill of measurement. Plus, since they're task cards, you can use them in centers, as a review game, as partner work, and more!

You have a go-to resource, but sometimes you're not sure which is better: task cards or worksheets. This chart will help you determine best times for use.

Task Cards vs. Worksheets

You have a go-to resource, but sometimes you're not sure which is better: task cards or worksheets. This chart will help you determine best times for use.

Task Cards with a Game Twist | Nonfiction Text Features | FREE task cards that focus on Nonfiction Text Features!

5 Reasons to Love Task Cards {FREEBIE!}

Task Cards with a Game Twist | Nonfiction Text Features | FREE task cards that focus on Nonfiction Text Features!

Fact and Opinion Task Cards   Free Fact and Opinion Task Cards! These task cards are a little different from others. They have multiple questions on each card and are at different levels of difficulty. Students can begin with Level 1 and then move on to Levels 2 and 3. They are a great way to save paper and ink too. Have students record answers in their notebook! Thanks for looking! Christina  A Classroom for All Seasons English Language Arts fact and opinion fifth grade Fourth Grade task…

Fact and Opinion Task Cards

Fact and Opinion Task Cards Free Fact and Opinion Task Cards! These task cards are a little different from others. They have multiple questions on each card and are at different levels of difficulty. Students can begin with Level 1 and then move on to Levels 2 and 3. They are a great way to save paper and ink too. Have students record answers in their notebook! Thanks for looking! Christina A Classroom for All Seasons English Language Arts fact and opinion fifth grade Fourth Grade task…

FREE Notice and Note Posters and Task Cards! This blog post includes resources and passages to supplement the strategies outlined in the book Notice and Note by Beers and Probst.

FREE Notice and Note Posters and Task Cards! This blog post includes resources and passages to supplement the strategies outlined in the book Notice and Note by Beers and Probst.

No more having to complete to WHOLE stack of task cards! I love using task cards, but sometimes we only need to do 5 or 6 of the cards in the stack. This little freebie helps solve that problem. Can be used with ANY task card pack and makes differentiatio

Task Cards Recording Sheet FREEBIE

No more having to complete to WHOLE stack of task cards! I love using task cards, but sometimes we only need to do 5 or 6 of the cards in the stack. This little freebie helps solve that problem. Can be used with ANY task card pack and makes differentiatio

QR Codes in the classroom - this post will tell you everything you need to know. It really is not that hard and kids love them!

Using QR Codes in Your Classroom: It's Easier Than You Think

QR Codes in the classroom - this post will tell you everything you need to know. It really is not that hard and kids love them!

Kagan structures are the perfect way to get students up and moving! We love using Stand Up, Hand Up, Pair Up for reviewing and practicing skills.

Kagan structures are the perfect way to get students up and moving! We love using Stand Up, Hand Up, Pair Up for reviewing and practicing skills.

Watch this free task card webinar from Laura Candler and Rachel Lynette to get tons of new strategies and ideas for using task cards in your classroom!

Watch this free task card webinar from Laura Candler and Rachel Lynette to get tons of new strategies and ideas for using task cards in your classroom!

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