In math we've been working on subtraction--finding the missing part. Our series uses the part-part-whole boxes. I thought I'd try to do something fun for review--so I made "task cards" for the scoot game. Another way the task cards can be used is for Math Journals, Math Tubs, Center Workstations--or even ring them and send them for homework practice.
**I've come to love these task cards and playing Scoot with my students, but storage can be quite a pain in the butt quite cumbersome. I find that it's easy to store them in recipe boxes, and separate them with a colored index card. You can even use the tab kind and write what you have in each section. I also know some people have put them on rings and hang them in their classrooms. My classroom (WHICH I LOVE the storage) is hard to do much with. It was a jr. high science lab...which means cabinets, and counters galore---but lack of wall space. Therefore, I like to use the recipe boxes :)