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### Skip Counting by 5s (within 1,000) Task Cards

Looking for a fun and interactive way for students to practice skip counting by 5s within 1,000? On each task card, students are provided with two numbers and a set of directions. Students will start with the given numbers and either count forward or backward by fives, writing the three missing numbers.

### Skip Counting (within 100) Task Cards BUNDLE

Looking for a fun and interactive way for students to practice skip counting within 100? On each task card, students are provided with two numbers and a set of directions. Students will start with the given numbers and either count forward or backward by ones, twos, fives, or tens, writing the three missing numbers.

### Moving Forward and Backward by 10s and 1s Task Cards

Looking for a fun and interactive way for students to practice number patterns within 100 and enhance their understanding of the base-ten number system? On each task card, students are provided with a starting number and an ending number. Beginning on the starting number, students must decide whether they need to move forward or backward by 10s or 1s (or multiples of 10s or 1s) to reach the ending number.

### Counting Forward and Backward by 10s and 1s Task Cards

Looking for a fun and interactive way for students to practice number patterns within 100 and enhance their understanding of the base-ten number system? On each task card, students are provided with a starting number and a set of directions. Beginning with the starting number, students will move forward or backward by 10s or 1s (or multiples of 10s or 1s).

### Skip Counting (within 1,000) Task Cards BUNDLE

Looking for a fun and interactive way for students to practice skip counting within 1,000? On each task card, students are provided with two numbers and a set of directions. Students will start with the given numbers and either count forward or backward by ones, twos, fives, or tens, writing the three missing numbers.

### Place Value Task Cards: Expanded Form

Looking for a fun and interactive way for students to practice writing numbers in expanded form? On each task card, students are asked to write a number in expanded form. Each task card also includes a QR code, making self-correcting fun and easy. Simply scan the code and see the answer.

### Counting Patterns by 1s (within 1,000) Task Cards

Looking for a fun and interactive way for students to practice skip counting by 1s within 1,000? On each task card, students are provided with two numbers and a set of directions. Students will start with the given numbers and either count forward or backward by ones, writing the three missing numbers.

### What Comes Between? (Sequence of Numbers) Task Cards

Looking for a fun and interactive way for students to work with the sequence of numbers? On each task card, students are provided with two target numbers and are asked to write the number that comes between those target numbers. Each task card also includes a QR code, making self-correcting fun and easy.

### What Comes Before? (Sequence of Numbers) Task Cards

Looking for a fun and interactive way for students to work with the sequence of numbers? On each task card, students are provided with a target number and are asked to write the number that comes right before the target number. Each task card also includes a QR code, making self-correcting fun and easy.

Looking for a fun and interactive way for students to practice their addition facts? On each task card, students are asked to provide the missing addend to an addition fact. Each task card also includes a QR code, making self-correcting fun and easy.

### Counting Patterns by 1s (within 100) Task Cards

Looking for a fun and interactive way for students to practice counting by 1s within 100? On each task card, students are provided with two numbers and a set of directions. Students will start with the given numbers and either count forward or backward by ones, writing the missing numbers.

### What Comes ...? (Sequence of Numbers) Task Cards BUNDLE

Looking for a fun and interactive way for students to work with the sequence of numbers? On each task card, students are provided with a target number and a set of directions. Students are asked to write: (1) the number that comes right before the target number, (2) the number that comes right after the target number, (3) the numbers that come right before and right after the target number, (4) the number that comes between the target numbers.

### Place Value Task Cards: Determining Value of the Underlined Digit

Looking for a fun and interactive way for students to practice working with place value? On each task card, students are provided with a number that has one digit underlined. Children are asked to write the place value of the underlined digit, as well as the value of that digit.Each task card also includes a QR code, making self-correcting fun and easy.

### Skip Counting by 10s (within 1,000) Task Cards

Looking for a fun and interactive way for students to practice skip counting by 10s within 1,000? On each task card, students are provided with two numbers and a set of directions. Students will start with the given numbers and either count forward or backward by tens, writing the three missing numbers.