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Many teachers are seeing the value of using task cards in the classroom. However, some are left wondering – how do I use task cards? This blog post is a compilation of some of the best ways on how to use task cards in the classroom.
Many Great Uses for Task Cards
Let’s get started with this website with 31 great ways on how to use task cards in the classroom. If this is the only link you click on in the entire article, that’s ok! You’ll find great ways to use task cards, even if you’re a seasoned teacher who has been using them for awhile now.
In case 31 ways to use task cards wasn’t enough, here are 20 more! Use this free download to learn 20 more great ways on how to use task cards. The best part? This download is a pdf so you can save it to your computer and have it as a future reference!
Those 51 ideas still not enough? How about six more! These six ideas are brought to you by a great new collaborative blog that I just recently learned about. I could get lost on their site for hours, so proceed with caution! 😉
Unique Ways on How to Use Task Cards
Have you gotten into the interactive workbook craze? (No judgement here! I’m a fan as well!) This blog post will give you ideas on how to use task cards with interactive notebooks! It’s genius, and something I plan to use myself in the future (particularly with small groups!).
These FREE game boards are another great way to make the most out of your task cards while having fun along the way!
If you’ve been using task cards for awhile or have read the tips above, you’re probably familiar with Scoot. But have you heard of Team Scoot? This is a genius idea for using task cards to facilitate discussion and small group learning! It’s another one of those great ideas I’ll be implementing in the future!
More Task Care Awesomeness
Now for the ultimate task card handbook! This free download is GREAT if you are new to task cards. However, it’s also useful if you are looking for some new ideas. Or, if you’re like me, you probably know many of these but get stuck in a rut and continue doing the same old things with task cards. Go get your free download today so you can make the most of your task cards and your students’ learning!
Finally, this entire website is devoted to how to use task cards! You’ll find ideas for early finishers, using QR codes with task cards, playing games with task cards, and even more! Plus new ideas are added regularly, so make sure to bookmark it to refer to often.
There you have it – 75+ different ways on how to use task cards in the classroom! I’ll be the first to admit that I have a task card obsession. While I’ve only created one task card resource (back before I even knew Teachers Pay Teachers existed), I have purchased probably 50 or more sets! I use these awesome resources for early and fast finishers, test prep, assessment, and so much more!
What is your favorite way to use task cards in the classroom? I’d love to hear about it in the comments below!