Task Cards are so Versatile, Even in Middle and High School! They are great because students feel they have a choice in which task they do first and in middle school this is a great way to engage students. Read all about 9 Ways to use task cards!
Fact and Opinion Task Cards Free Fact and Opinion Task Cards! These task cards are a little different from others. They have multiple questions on each card and are at different levels of difficulty. Students can begin with Level 1 and then move on to Levels 2 and 3. They are a great way to save paper and ink too. Have students record answers in their notebook! Thanks for looking! Christina A Classroom for All Seasons English Language Arts fact and opinion fifth grade Fourth Grade task cards
Use these perspective-taking task cards to help kids understand the feelings, thoughts, and motives of others. This is a critical skill for kids with autism and other social challenges, or just great practice for all social emotional learning! #sel #perspectivetaking #autism #specialeducation
These are task cards that show and describe a physical activity on each card. The tasks are simple enough for elementary or preschool students but still help them to get moving and stretching. They would be great for a brain break or when practicing following directions.
Use these social scenarios and situations task cards to help kids learn how to solve real problems! These are ideal for kids who struggle with making good decisions or get "stuck" in their thinking. So helpful for kids with autism, ADHD, and other social challenges.