Diary of a Not So Wimpy Teacher: Totally Task Card Tuesday: HUGE Giveaway!!!

Totally Task Card Tuesday: HUGE Giveaway!!!


I have really enjoyed sharing some fun ways to use task cards with you. If you missed any of my posts in the series, you can check them all out by clicking HERE.

Now that you are all pumped with with new ideas for task cards, you need some new task cards! How about winning them for FREE?!!! I will be giving away two prizes: a set of ELA task cards and a set of math task cards. You have a week to enter using the rafflecopter and I will announce the winners next Tuesday. Please share the giveaway with others!

Here is a look at what you can win with the ELA set:


It is a total of 13 sets of task cards!!!!

And here is a look at what you can win with the math set:




Good luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway
a Rafflecopter giveaway

47 comments:

  1. I use task cards as a review and also to play the game Scoot. I LOVE using task cards in the classroom! I think it keeps the students accountable. Thanks for hosting such a great giveaway!
    scheinbere@hotmail.com

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  2. Oh, wow! This is such an amazing set to give away. You are awesome. We do scoot, we do review, we play floor games that I made out of table cloths. That is the favorite thing, really!

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  3. I love your task cards! I have a few sets and I use them as Roam the
    room games to get my kiddos out of their seats.

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  4. My fourth graders LOVE task cards and so do I. I use them as centers and as a reward activity!

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  5. I own a ton of your cards already! Looking forward to a school year full of Task cards!

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  6. I own some of your task cards already and LOVE them! They make wonderful centers for my students and I can use them again as review playing all sorts of games.

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  7. I already have your ELA bundle, but last night I went into your store and added ALL the math ones (third grade) for summer school that starts on June 9th - so this would be such a treat. p.s. - I hope my admirer post brought you a few sales, I had someone ask about finding them ;)

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  8. I haven't really used any but if I had them, I think I would use them when they are finished with their work or during down times. I also would think they'd be great for review. I'd love to try these. I'm trying to get new interesting things to boost learning. I know I'd love them. Thanks for the chance to win such a great product.

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  9. A chance to win your tasks cards! Wow, thank you so much Jamie! I was drooling over your collection of tasks card when you posted on your blog how you organize them all. Either one of your collection of tasks cards would simply be wonderful to own and I love how you include higher order questions into them.

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  10. I use task cards in workstations and also as whole group questions. These look wonderful.

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  11. Thank you for such an awesome giveaway! I use my task cards during guided and independent practice :)

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  12. I like task cards for Scoot...the kids love moving around the room with their clipboards and don't even realize they are working!

    I am amazed with this huge bundle!

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  13. I don't use them yet, but I'm moving to 3rd grade next and want to use them

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  14. I use task cards with my small groups. I like being able to give them all different tasks since some of my kiddoes' coping strategies include looking at their neighbor's work.

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  15. I often use task cards to project on my whiteboard, and I make games from them. The kids love them. I will also have a scavenger hunt and play Scoot.

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  16. I would like to your for workshop activities and for scoot games

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  17. I use task cards in multiple ways. Sometimes they are individual activies in centers. Other times they are center activities or early finisher activities. Sometimes I use them in my small groups, too. We've used them to play Scoot as well. (Can you tell I have a "tiny" addiction to task cards?)

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  18. I use task cards for scoot and for literacy stations. I love using them.

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  19. I use task cards as the review game "scoot" and also use them in centers. Kids love them!!
    susanlulu@yahoo.com

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  20. I love using task cards and so do my students. It gets them out of their seats when I tape them around the room. These look great.

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  21. My students love task cards. Many days we play Scoot with them. Sometimes I tape them around the room and the students have to find them and record their answers. They are a great quick check to see if students understand a concept.

    cl14mentor@oh.rr.com

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  22. I use them at centers and for early finishers. I'd love to win these! jaglanzer@yahoo.com

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  23. Great packets! We use them for Read the Room! Wendy 1stgradefireworks@gmail.com

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  24. Awesome! I have not use task cards, but looking forward to it :)

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  25. I use task cards in centers and early finishers. I would love them. They would be a blessing to have and greatly appreciated! Thanks so much for chance to win.

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  26. I am moving to 3rd grade after teaching 7th for years and years! I could sure use some 3rd grade task cards! In 7th grade, we did partner work using the chalkboards, Smart board, and eraser boards. The students LOVE looking over each others' work looking for mistakes, etc! I call them teachers (Miss Jones, Mr. Smith, etc.) since they are "teaching" their peers!

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  27. I primarily use task cards as unit review and for tests via a scoot game format!!! My kidlettes are mad crazy about scoot games this year!! I am hoping to incorporate them into centres next year!! Both of these task card sets look absolutely PHENOMENAL! I would LOVE, LOVE, LOVE to be the VERY LUCKY recipient of either one of these gems <3 <3 <3. Thank you for your incredible generosity and for considering me =). leafsgirl@rogers.com.

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  28. My class this year loved playing "Scoot" with task cards. I also use them in centers, and for class review. Laura Candler recently talked about "Team Scoot which I hope to use next school year! I do not have any of your cards, but they look wonderful. I would love to win some!

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  29. I used them in centers or as whole class activities

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  30. WOW! What an amazing giveaway! I would love to use these in centers, for early finishers, and for review! Can't wait to read all about them on you blog. Thank you so much for the opportunity! kattstu@gmail.com

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  31. Awesome giveaway! I think I own all of your ELA cards and would love the math. I use task cards daily in centers!
    debinderry@gmail.com

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  32. I LOVE the task cards! I have the ELA set :) Is there any way that all the answers could be on a separate task card?
    Kirsten

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  33. I use task cards in scoot all the time and then they are stations

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  34. I love using task cards for differentiation; helps to have things available for my really high kiddos!

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  35. I use them for independent work, partner work, small groups and scoot whole group, so pretty much for everything. I love task cards!!! I would love to win yours, they look amazing!!!

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  36. I use task cards as a fun way to review standards taught.

    Kim
    khenry22@aol.com

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  37. I use task cards with small groups and also in situations like Scoot or grade groupings. I find them to be engaging and the kids love the game aspect of them.

    Charlene/Diamond Mom

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  38. Use for scoot, I Spy, D5, and small group. I love the low prep!

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  39. I will be homeschooling and would love to use these task cards with my kiddos. Thanks for hosting this giveaway!

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  40. I LOVE your task cards!!! I purchased and used your Parts of Speech ones for word work at the end of the school year and my kids loved them.

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  41. Both sets of task cards look amazing! I use task cards occasionally, but really want to incorporate them more next year into the word work center. :)

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  42. Would absolutely love to win this!! It would be perfect for my math and daily 5 centers! :) I love to have students review and play games during centers while I pull small groups! ~Shannon

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  43. I run a tutoring business, so we use them one on one with the kids to review or play bump games, etc. Thanks for a great Giveaway.

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  44. I love task cards. I use task cards for independent practice and small group work.

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  45. I use task cards during math stations or daily 5. Students might work with a partner, individually, or we might play a game of scoot.

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