Task Cards

My students struggle with word problems.  So, at the end of every unit I have my students work in groups using 3-4 task cards.  Its great because I can quickly differentiate without having to worry about creating leveled worksheets or making copies.  Thank goodness! 
I also use my task cards for a game of SCOOT.  If you are not familiar with the SCOOT game, I essentially place one card on each students desk and give them 2-3 minutes to solve it. 

When time is up they SCOOT to the next seat to solve a new problem.  The cards never move... just the students.  My students love playing this game as it gives them an excuse to get out of their seat.  Each students uses a recording sheet to quickly record their answers.  I always make 40 cards for each topic.  Its always nice to have extra cards for those early finishers.

I highly recommend printing them on card stock paper.  This way you have them for many years to come. Or better yet laminate them. I bought a very inexpensive laminating machine and it is easy to use and keeps all of my cards looking great.  I have also learned after many years of using these cards that it is important to store them properly.  So I bought some storage boxes and I can quickly store them in my closet and pull them out when I need them.   



As of now I have made task cards for the following grades and topics (check them out!!). If you do not see the math topic you want please check my TpT Store.


6th Grade Math Common Core WORD PROBLEM TASK CARDS { BUNDL6th Grade Math Task Cards BUNDLE
7th Grade Math Common Core WORD PROBLEM TASK CARDS { BUNDL7th Grade Math Task Cards BUNDLE

8th Grade Math Common Core WORD PROBLEM TASK CARDS { BUNDL8th Grade Math Task Cards BUNDLE
6th, 7th, 8th Grade Math TASK CARDS Bundle (Skills Practic6th, 7th, 8th Grade Math Task Cards MEGA BUNDLE
This MEGA-BUNDLE includes all of my 6th grade, 7th grade and 8th grade task cards PLUS all future task cards that are added to this BUNDLE!! 
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