Sunday, July 17, 2011

Task Card Frenzy

As you can tell from previous posts, I have really gotten into the idea of math work stations this summer.  I have worked and worked on creating activities that would be fun yet rigorous enough for older students.  I didn't realize just how much I had made until I started printing, cutting out, laminating, and cutting again-wow!

This is my first year doing anything like this, so I'm starting from scratch.  It's been time consuming, but I know I'll be glad I did it now once school starts back. I've placed almost all of my activities in my TpT Store.  I just finished another set of cards that I want to give away to my wonderful blogging friends!  I got the idea from Debbie Diller in her Math Work Stations book, so I hope you'll find it useful.

Draw a Story Problem

18 comments:

Tara said...

Thanks Ashleigh!!! You know how much I LOVE your stuff and can't wait to use it in my classroom:)

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Sarah said...

Love this idea!! Thanks so much for sharing ;)

Baggy_Trousers said...

Oh wow, Ashleigh. Those look amazing! You've got some great stuff on this blog. Thanks for sharing! :)

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Mrs. Shepherd said...

Thanks for sharing they look great!

Ashley M. said...

These are really great! I am about to begin my student teaching and have added quite a few of your items to my wishlist on TpT!! Awesome! Thanks for sharing!

Sapphire Dawn said...

I love your work. You know how to make them so appealing. Thank you so much for being you.

Cathy said...

Thanks for sharing! This looks great!

Kelly said...

I do this for my fifth graders as well. They love the transitions, and the time up and about away from their desks.

Hilary Lewis said...
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Hilary Lewis said...

I am using your awesome word problems in my math journals. Check out how I have them set up for my class. Thanks for your awesome materials. I love your stuff!

Hilary

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Jewels said...

I can't wait to try these during guided math! Thanks for sharing. I'll be buying more from TpT too!

Deb said...

This is awesome! Thank you so much!!

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Katie Texas said...

Awesomeness!! Thanks for sharing!

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Lindsay Topolewski said...

Are these work stations useful for 4th grade? I am new to this whole blogging thing and was wondering if Debbie Diller has a math work station book for 3 - 5

Ashleigh S said...

Lindsay,

The book is for K-2. However, I took the idea and changed things around for upper elementary (mostly 3rd & 4th and a little 5th grade).

Rita said...

Thanks for the work stations. I can't wait to try them with my fourth graders.

Annette Denny said...

Thank you for sharing! I may try Workstations this year and if I do this will be a BIG help!

jerry brown said...

Easy-to-do technique yet the design is gorgeous. I am thinking of making a design like this on my scrapbook but instead of using triangular shaped banners, I will use t-shirt shaped papers - as if the clothes are dried to the sun. And of course I'll be adding a sun on the upper portion of the card. Thanks for the idea! :)
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