Diary of a Not So Wimpy Teacher gave to you... Click on the picture below to grab this these fun brag tags. They are the perfect way to reward students as they work towards long-term goals! I hope that you enjoy and feedback is always appreciated. ...
Diary of a Not So Wimpy Teacher gave to you... Click on the picture below to grab a couple FREE rounding activities for your interactive math notebooks! Enjoy the freebie and remember that feedback is appreciated. ...
Diary of a Wimpy Teacher gave to you... Click on the picture above to grab these FREE task cards. They are perfect for math centers or for a scoot activity. Feedback is appreciated! ...
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I LOVE using task cards. They are so much more engaging and versatile than a worksheet! I also love that after prepping them once, they can be used over and over in different ways! Here is a look at five of my favorite ways to use task cards in the classroom. 1. Scoot I LOVE to do scoots in my classroom! In fact, we do one every Friday. I use task cards and a scoot to assess our weekly language skill. The kids are out of their seat and moving around. This increases the blood flow to the brain! Plus, the kids don't even realize they are doing an assessment. When I do a scoot, I lay the task cards on desks. I ask students to answer the card closest to them first and then get up and move around the room to answer the rest of the cards. I tell students that they get to get up and move around, but they can't use their voices. If I wasn't using it as a formative assessment, I might let them work in corporative learning groups. My kids are pros at scooting, so no...