5 Ways to Use Task Cards






You can find these Math Task Cards here.


This is the most frequent time that my class uses task cards. Task cards are perfect to use during centers time because students can navigate them independently while the teacher is working with a small group or other students. Simple to use, low prep task cards uses a variety of tasks that students can work on with a partner or independently.

You can find these First Grade Measurement and Data Task Cards here. 

You can find these First Grade Geometry Task Cards here.

You can find these Comprehension Task Cards here. 
Sometimes I have students turn in response sheets so I can check over their work and also to hold students accountable for their independent or partner work.

You can find these NBT Task Cards here. 


You can find these Comprehension Task Cards here. 





Task cards make differentiating students a breeze. Creating appropriate tasks for varying levels of students and small groups is simple by using color coding, group folders, or group baskets. During centers or group rotations, students can easily find the task cards meant for their learning level.


You can find these Comprehension Task Cards here. 


You can find these First Grade Geometry Task Cards here. 


You can find these First Grade Operations and Algebraic Thinking Task Cards here. 

You can find these First Grade Fraction Task Cards here. 


Using a response sheet with task cards makes a simple exit slip for quick formative assessment after or during a lesson. Mid-lesson post a task card on your projector or pass our several cards to tables/desks with student choice, and see how your lesson is going. For q quick on the go assessment, task cards can be a great tool.


You can find these NBT Task Cards here.


You can find these First Grade Operations and Algebraic Thinking Task Cards here. 


We all have those early finishers that complete their work or need to be challenged further. Task cards are a great tool for student who finish work early. Students need more of a challenge? Give them the next set of task cards that they can work on independently.


You can find these First Grade Operations and Algebraic Thinking Task Cards here. 


You can find these First Grade Measurement and Data Task Cards here.


You can find these First Grade Geometry Task Cards here. 

You can find these First Grade Geometry Task Cards here. 

Task cards can also be used for a summative assessment using multiple task cards and response sheets. As the teacher, you can pick and choose which standards, tasks, or ideas you want to assess. It is also great to show parents during conferences!

You can find these Comprehension Task Cards here. 


You can find these NBT Task Cards here.
As you can see there are many ways to use task cards in your classroom. I would love to hear your ideas in the comments below! You can find any of these task card sets by visiting my store here.

Happy Tasking!


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