Are you looking to spice up your instruction with easy-to-plan, easy-to-use, engaging activities for your students? You tired of printable “worksheets” that your students find boring? Do you want to step thing up a notch?
If you read my last post, you have a general understanding about the rationale for using task cards in your classroom. I now present you with the top ten task card activities for the elementary classroom:
This post may contain affiliate links. Please see my disclosure. A deep love for task cards runs rampant in classrooms across the nation, but why are they so beneficial? If you’re new to the task card concept, it is helpful to understand why these little gems have become so popular in recent years.
This post may contain affiliate links. Please see my disclosure here. Think back to your elementary years, your middle school years, and then your high school years. What was the little voice in your head saying to you about your abilities, your strengths, and your value as a human being? What were other kids or teachers saying to you about…
I heard a teacher friend mention that she’s already feeling burned out and she’s only been back at school for a week! Are you terrified that burnout will eat you up? Are you dying (almost literally) to know how to avoid teacher burnout?
Do your students groan when it’s time for vocabulary? Do you groan when it’s time for vocabulary? Need to find new strategies to make vocabulary fun? Guess what? It doesn’t have to be boring! Yes, perhaps your reading program (that you might be forced to use, and either like or dislike) may present vocabulary in a boring way, but that…