Using Task Cards in the Classroom PLUS How to Store Them!

Monday, April 17, 2017
Do you use task cards in your classroom? I started using them for math and absolutely LOVE them. It's a great way to practice your content while getting students moving around. You can easily use them whole group, small group or individually with students depending on their needs.



All you have to do is print out the task cards you're using for content, cut them out and tape them up around the room. Give your students an answer sheet (I actually create a quiz page in our Schoology account if you have that - super easy and less paper.) Then students wander around the room solving problems instead of sitting in one spot and doing worksheets - it's a win-win in my book!

There are so many great resources and Teachers Pay Teachers sellers out there that have such a variety of task cards. I have created some in my own store that you can find HERE. I also have a few favorite go-to stores depending on level of content I need: Schroeder Shenanigans in 2nd, Lucky Little Learners, Blair Turner and Rachel Lynette!

Now, storing task cards can be a bit of a pain, but not with these incredible photo organizers from Michael's. Make sure to be patient and wait for a Michael's coupon - it pays off! I have 4 of these photo organizers and they are amazing! You can also get them on Amazon HERE!



How do you use task cards in your classroom? My next goal: use them in literacy too :)





0 comments:

Post a Comment

Powered by Blogger.
Back to Top