Thank you to Hunter's Tales from Teaching and First Grade Buddies for linking up last week! I hope more of you join this week!
|You can purchase it here from Mandy's TpT store|
We are on Spring Break but I wanted to share with you a product by Mandy Neal at Cooperative Learning 365. I love Mandy's task cards and have purchased several sets. This particular set was for 4.NF.4. My students were doing really well with this skill and I used the cards for a fun review or wrap up before break.
I used the cards for Kagan's Cooperative Learning Structure Quiz-Quiz-Trade, I modified a little. Each student folded a blank paper into a work mat (with 8 or 12 boxes on each side) and numbered their boxes 1-24, one for each task card. I gave each student a card and they were to solve the problem on their work mat in the corresponding box. Once finished students stood up so I knew who was still working.
Once everyone, or majority, was standing I had them put up their hand with their card and pair up with a partner. I require my students to stand back to back to so they are not talking with their partner. Students kept their hands up so I knew who still needed a partner, I also had a few extra cards in my hand for that one student without a partner. Students then traded cards on my command and went back to their seats to work on their new problem. We then repeated the steps.
|Students pairing up to trade cards.|
|She is showing her work and answer on her work mat.|
How do you use task cards in your classroom? Centers? Games? Cooperative Learning Structures?
Do you have a product you have purchased or gotten for free that you loved using in your classroom? Link up and share how you used it in your classroom, can be a new or older post :) If it is your first time linking up I will send you my Biography in a Bag!
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