Wishlist Wednesday: Manipulative Task Cards

 I am linking up with Jen from Teacher by the Beach for Wishlist Wednesday. I checked out my stats on my TpT store, and I see that one of my most wish-listed products is my Manipulative Task Cards.

I blogged about these task cards HERE and HERE back in 2013, but I will tell you about them here too! :)I created these cards because I noticed that without specific tasks, my students opted to play with our cubes, bear counters, and buttons. Who would blame them? I quickly decided I needed to give them something specific to DO.




  Your students will make patterns, sort, add, use ten frames, build numbers with base ten blocks, and practice time!  These cards are ready for you to print, cut, and laminate.I will pick someone to win these cards before I go to bed tonight. To enter, all you have to do is leave me a thoughtful comment below! :)And in case you don’t want to wait or if you don’t win, these cards are going to
be on SALE until Friday!Good luck and THANKS for wish-listing my product!

13 thoughts on “Wishlist Wednesday: Manipulative Task Cards

  1. Wonderful task cards for the beginning of the year for students to be able to explore the Math manipulatives in a meaningful, engaging way. Genius!

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