I think task cards are just the greatest thing since sliced bread (maybe not as great as Doritos, but waaayyy better than sliced bread!!) I have been using task cards for awhile in my classroom – they are so quick, easy, and versatile. If you haven’t seen my last blog post on how I used them as a Substitute teacher plan, you have to read it – if for no other reason than to motivate yourself to make some Fuss-Free Emergency Sub Plans! Here is the link in case you can’t find it: Fuss-Free Emergency Sub Plans!
My new Freebie is called “What are Task Cards For?” and it attempts to answer that question and (hopefully) provide some new ideas for teachers to use in their classrooms. There are so many wonderful task cards on Teachers Pay Teachers that you can find pretty much anything you are looking for (and if you can’t, email me and I’ll see if it’s something I can help you with!! Caffeinequeenteacher @ gmail.com)
Here is a direct link to the Freebie at my store: Ways to Use Task Cards Freebie!
I hope you find it helpful and maybe get a couple of new ideas. If you have any wonderful ideas about task cards that you would like to share, please add a comment below or email me and I will update this guide from time to time.
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