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Math Card Sort Activities

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    Some new activities that I am so excited about are my card sort activities.  

Math Card Sort Activities

   I love these activities because you can laminate the cards and use them year after year, or you can also have students glue them into their interactive notebooks.  They also look great when printed on colored card stock paper.

   These card sort activities are a great way for students to be engaged.  Some of the card sort activities involve students thinking about the next step in solving problems.  

Two-Step Equations Card Sort Activity

Two-Step Equations Card Sort Activity

Two-Step Equations Card Sort Activity

Two-Step Equations Card Sort Activity

Two-Step Equations Card Sort Activity

   Some other card sort activities have students calculating the answers to determine which card goes in each column or row.

Markups and Discounts Card Sort Activity

Markups and Discounts Card Sort Activity

Markups and Discounts Card Sort Activity

Markups and Discounts Card Sort Activity

    I am working on a bundle that will contain at least 20 of my math card sort activities.  So far I have the following 7 card sort activities:


   You can purchase each card sort activity separately or save money by purchasing the bundle.  If you are interested in the bundle, you can purchase it by CLICKING HERE.

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