Sea Life Math Task Cards

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Grade 4 learners will strengthen their math skills with these engaging ocean animal themed math task cards.


Sea Life Math Task Cards


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Your 4th graders are busy learning many new math concepts, as well as building on skills learned in previous grades. This set of 20 task cards is the perfect way for them to practice and review those skills. Designed with an ocean theme, this activity is engaging and will have your learners focusing on several skills based on grade 4 mathematics standards. They’ll practice concepts such as multiplication, division, elapsed time, fractions, geometry, and measurement. Most task cards are presented in a format to give learners the opportunity to build confidence in reading and working through word problems. This product is a great group or individual activity. Not only that, but it can be completed indoors or outdoors! All task cards and answer recording sheets are available in color and black & white. An answer key is also provided. PLEASE NOTE: color version and black & white version are IDENTICAL.

When you purchase this product, you will receive:

PAGE 1: Task cards 1-4: greater than/less than, multiplication (single digits), multiplication (double digit and single digit), measuring to nearest ½ inch

PAGE 2: Task cards 5-8: subtraction (triple digit and double digit), division (double digit and single digit), elapsed time, 3-D shapes

PAGE 3: Task cards 9-12: fractions, expanded form, converting centimeters to inches, adding 3 numbers (3-digit and 4-digit)

PAGE 4: Task cards 13-16: two-step word problem with money, types of angles, division, types of lines

PAGE 5: Task cards 17-20: elapsed time, converting feet to meters, fractions, symmetry

PAGE 6: Answer recording page (2 sheets per page to reduce ink and number of copies)



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