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Students will complete the task cards on syllables. The task cards can be used to review syllables. Place the cards in your literacy stations so students can work on them individually. There are 52 cards plus a cover card and a direction card. Some of the words are: apple, doll, alligator, flower, television, box, butterfly, chipmunk, umbrella, clown, newspaper, garden, shark, penguin, zebra, and penguin.

Students will complete the subject and predicate task cards. There are 40 cards, plus a cover card, a direction card, and an answer sheet. The task cards can be used to review subject and predicate for each sentence. Students will write the subject for each sentence and then the predicate for each sentence.

Students will complete the task cards on "PROBLEM SOLVING" for greater than, less than, or equal to. The task cards can be used as a review. Place the cards in your math stations so students can work on them independently. There are 30 cards. An answer key is provided.

Students will complete the task cards on counting the amount of tally marks on each task card. This helps students with counting by five's. The task cards can be used as a review. Place the task cards in your math stations so students can work independently.

Students will complete the task cards on addition and subtraction problem solving. The task cards can be used as a review of addition and subtraction skills. Students will read each word problem on each task card and solve the problem. Place in your math stations so students can work on them independently.

Students will complete the task cards on comparing numbers. Students will decide if the numbers are greater than >, less than <, or equal to = another number. Numbers only go into the hundreds. No task card includes numbers in the thousands. The task cards can be used as a review of comparing two numbers.

Students will complete the task cards on Mixed Math Skills: Working With Numbers. The variety of skills include: showing the number using tally marks, writing 1 more, 2 more, 5 more, or 10 more than a number, making a ten frame, is the number an odd or even number, writing the word form of a number, showing a number drawing the base ten blocks it would represent, writing the expanded form of a number, given three numbers then writing the largest 3 digit or the least 3 digit number, writing…

Students will complete the Task Cards: Character or Setting of a Story? The task cards can be used to review characters and setting of a story. ...

Students will complete the task cards on comparing numbers. Students will decide if the numbers are greater than >, less than <, or equal to = another number. Numbers only go into the hundreds. No task card includes numbers in the thousands. The task cards can be used as a review of comparing two numbers.

Students will complete the task cards on "MATTER." The task cards can be used as a review. Place the task cards in your math/science stations so students can work on them independently. There are 45 cards, plus a cover and direction card.An answer key is provided.