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FREE! Task cards for addition, with a little bit of reasoning and logic, too!

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Free Time Task Cards

Here are some free task cards that you can use with your students to review time. Great for math centers and for individual practice.


Adjectives task card puzzles - free! These adjectives task cards are self-correcting puzzles. Perfect for literacy centers or ELA test prep.

FREE task cards for identifying pronouns in a sentence! …

Finding Area & Perimeter Task Cards FREE from The Curriculum Corner...includes answer key


Would you like to make your own task cards? Use my templates to make your own task cards with 4 different simple borders. The file included is a powerpoint that is set up for you to start typing your questions and question numbers. Just duplicate slides to make additional pages!


Links to about a hundred or so FREE task cards! It's amazing! {Working 4 the Classroom: It's a Balancing Act}


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FREE Fraction Task Cards! QR code math activity can be used at math centers, as a whole class activity (scoot), or in interactive math notebooks!

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FREE Measurement Task Cards

I started off making a set of free task cards for upper elementary, but then I decided that the younger set should have some too, so now there is something for almost everyone! Not only that, both of these sets are correlated with Common Core Standards. For Grades 2-3 To complete these cards, your students will be measuring things around your classroom. Before they measure,


16 FREE task cards focusing on prefixes (un, re, pre, mis, & dis) and suffixes (-er, -est, -ful, -less, -able, & -er)