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Saturday, March 1, 2014

More Problem Solving Practice with Task Cards

I know I've mentioned my little love affair with Cognitively Guided Instruction, but I just love seeing my students learn to solve problems. Using the problem models from C.G.I. has been really beneficial for me. No more writing the same types of problems over and over because I didn't realize how many other types of problems I could be using. Now I take the time to make sure that my students are getting lots of chances to solve all of the different problem types. I've just created task cards using all 14 types of problems for independent practice or partner work. I started with my March themed questions and created a set with problems up to 20 and another set with problems up to 100. You can give them a try for free from my TpT store. Both sets come with a student sheet for recording answers and an answer key.
Click here for the task cards up to 100

Click here for task cards up to 20

If you like these, watch my store for more task cards coming soon with different themes. This post is linked up at:

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