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Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Common Core Task Cards Giveaway!

I spend a lot of my own time making materials for my classroom to fit my students' needs, just as you do. I like that part of my job that lets me be creative, but sometimes I just don't have the energy or the time after school or on the weekend to make those creative juices flow! Sound familiar?
I've found a ready made product that is going to help on those slump times when you need a quality  activity but don't have the time to make it yourself. (I don't take advantage of all the products publishers and companies want me to promote, but if I think it's helpful and practical for the classroom, then I'm always glad to share.)

The new Common Core Task Cards published by Carson Dellosa come in a box of fifty Math cards AND fifty Language Arts cards! Each card lists the standard on the back so you can choose the cards to put in your stations that match the skills you are targeting for the week OR give to individual students for extra practice and reinforcement or intervention activities. The standard-specific activities can also be used as quick bell-ringer or warm-up activities to help you review throughout the year. 

Carson Dellosa has also provided a resource guide with an answer key, standards matrix, and task card recording sheets for both students and the teacher. You can access that by clicking {HERE}. Scroll down to the Center Solutions Task Cards Resource Guides appropriate for your grade level for a sneak peek. Click {HERE} to see a video for more info.

 You can win your own set of the Center Solutions Task cards by entering the Rafflecopter Giveaway below. Carson Dellosa is adding a set of their Common Core Thinking Mats to the lucky winner! Click {HERE} to watch a video on the mats.


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38 comments:

  1. Moving to 2nd next year and would love these!

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    1. I'd use the math and share the ELA with my teaching partner

      Julie

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    2. Moving from second to first. These would be so helpful!

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  3. So need a good Common Core start!

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  4. My grade-level partner and I would use these for differentiation in our Math and Literacy blocks! They're great for giving students choices. I'd make the task cards a square on my Block Bingo Board, where students choose four out of 16 activities to accomplish in the Block. :) Thanks, Mary!

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  5. I would use these cards for centers and fast finishers!

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  6. I would use these cards in centers and as review.

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  7. These look awesome for centers!

    amysponn@gmail.com

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  8. This would be great to use for working on words during daily five. beth.shavelson@browardschools.com

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  9. These would be perfect to use in my second grade classroom. I would use them in small groups or in centers.
    Sherry
    sherrymc62@bellsouth.net

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  10. I would love to have a copy of these for my classes to use for remediation and in small groups.

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  11. I would love to use these for Daily 5 for LA and for math centers as well. It would be great to pull the specific skill we're working on and I can use them to help me check off the skills I've done.
    Thanks for sharing!
    Cathy :)

    C is for Cookies, Cakes, Children, Classroom, and Crafts

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  12. I would love to have these and use them in my centers during the year! Great stuff!

    Cindy

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  13. I am moving to 2nd grade this year and need new resources because I have nothing for this age/grade level. I will use them to help me make sure I meet all the standards.

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  14. These task cards would be perfect for guided reading or centers. LOVE! :)

    Kelly
    First Grade Fairytales

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  15. These look like a great resource!

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  16. These would be great to use to help me continue implementing Common Core in my room.

    kellybrown28021@gmail.com

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  17. I would use the cards for fast finishers, centers, skill development and even a quick time filler. They look like an awesome resource! Thanks for the opportunity to win them! Sara (smeyer06@yahoo.com)

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  18. I would use these as time fillers, breaks, and in groups. These would be awesome since I am self contained next year and haven't done math in a few years.

    Kristi/Disneymum

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  19. Boy oh boy-these cards would help during: small group work, one on one work, working on words during Daily 5, etc...
    Debbie
    debjac9@aol.com

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  20. These would be great during math rotations and Daily Five:)
    Linda
    linbet21@Yahoo.com

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  21. I would like to use them to aid in daily 5 as well as differentiating instruction
    Michelle
    Inlikeflynnm@yahoo.com

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  22. These cards could be used in many ways that are useful. I could use them as review or center time.
    Thanks :-)

    lorih824 at yahoo dot com

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  23. I use task cards daily. We use them as games such as Scoot. My main use of task cards is during center rotations. The students have center notebooks and they complete the task cards in their notebooks. This works really well and no worksheets!!!

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  24. I will be teaching 3rd grade. Last year I taught Kindergarten. I have been seeing task cards on a lot of sites lately and I want to give them a try. I have 3 ways that I want to use them...in the morning during morning work, during center rotations, or as a early finisher/enrichment activity.

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  25. I would use these in centers and games for review or practice.

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  26. I would use these as guided practice under the document camera. Thanks for the opportunity:). I hope you are enjoying your summer.

    ~Sara
    sweetsarabowling@gmail.com

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  27. Definitely for centers!

    Crystal Shepherd
    lucytumnus@gmail.com
    Lamppost in a STEM classroom

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  28. Hi! I would use the cards for those "quick finishers!" Thanks for the fun giveaway!
    jbsothornton@comcast.net

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  29. First of all let me tell you how much I LOVE your things <3. I used soooo many of them last year with my kiddos and they loved them too!! I would use the cards for either centers or early finishers. Thanks for the chance at winning them :-)
    Karen
    tommysmom0206@yahoo.com

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  30. I will either use them in centers or as early finishers!

    Ashley
    arclark2012@gmail.com

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  31. I would love to use these cards as a review and as a center for those early finishers. I would also share them with my teammates!

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  32. I am switching to second grade next year after many years of teaching 3rd. These cards will be a HUGE help for me in this transition! :-)

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  33. I teach several RTI classes. These would be perfect!
    http://mrsbrownthebookworm.blogspot.com/

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  34. I would use them in centers, scoot, and youth services. These would be a welcome CCSS addition in my second grade classroom.

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  35. I would use them in my math stations and during ELA.

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