EXCLUSIVE Math Task Cards
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TASK CARDS have been one of the most effective tools for learning Mathematics. For some it is in the form of flash cards, while for others and specifically for higher math, index cards containing theorems and properties have been produced great results for students. These cards aid in mastery of concepts, accuracy and speed. Task cards have helped build on a student’s current level of mathematical skills to ensure that no difficulties will be experienced in the succeeding level.
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Flashcards are mostly utilized by Kinder to Grade 4 students. However, the use of flashcards tend to be too laborious for some. In fact, using flashcards can sometimes mean that an adult must be present just to be able to practice skills for topics such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Hence DIGITAL TASK CARDS were born.
These TASK CARDS are self-correcting. A student can only move on to the next card if the correct answer is selected. This does not only build independence but also ensures that the student is well aware of the error committed. Because properties for basic mathematical operations are constant, the student also create his or her own pattern in understanding each property. With constant practice and repetition, a student builds confidence in answering each equation, paving a better path for accuracy and speed in answering.
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REMEMBER that each set of TASK CARDS is meant to be used multiple times. Check your child's INDEPENDENT PRACTICE from time to time and see if it is yielding quick and accurate answers before moving forward.
One of the most basic but tremendously essential mathematical operations. These addition decks are for young learners.
Work your way from Deck 1 to Deck 3. This can serve as either a review deck or it can build on your child's subtraction abilities. Use it multiple times.
Learning about equations is great but it is essential that each operation is understood and applied in concrete examples. Visualizing operation statements help with comprehension and appreciation of each equation.
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Multiplication can be very tricky for students. Aside from the amount of numeral combination he or she is exposed to, multiplication is harder to visualize compared to addition and subtraction.
Most often than not, difficulty in division stems from the weak foundation and skills in multiplication. The decks below will help you see where your child's difficulty may be coming from.
Related to pattern building for young kids and to skip counting for students age 6 to 8, identifying the Greatest Common Factor or GCF sets the foundation for higher Algebraic skills.
Similar to the GCF, the Least Common Multiple (LCM) relies on a student's ability to see patterns and commonalities in a series of numbers.
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