Math Menus: Division Winner...But There's More!

Announcing the winners for my latest file:
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Congratulations to the following people:

Please look for an email from me shortly.  If you do not receive an email, I couldn't find an email address for you. So, email me:

If you didn't win, I'm keeping this menu at half price until tomorrow night!  That's only $1.50!!

If you didn't win this one, would you like to win something else?

I've created a new set of task cards to review place value.  As state testing approaches, I will be making a lot of these to help my ELL students when I see them.  Be on the look-out for more in the next few weeks.
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When I was teaching math, I used task cards in many different ways.  I would use them during small group instruction, or in stations, or during a whole-group "Scoot" game.  How do you use task cards? For this giveaway, I'd like for you to leave me a comment telling me how you use task cards in your classroom.   I'd also love for you to Pin It to Win It. Just leave me a comment with the URL link to your pin below. You may pin to this blog post or directly to Teachers Pay Teachers at the link {here}.
If you do both, that's two entries!

I'll pick 5 winners on Friday, January 19th!

Again, if you can't wait...these task cards are currently marked at 1/2 off!  I'll leave them at 1/2 off until the end of the giveaway on Friday!

**Update: Winners have been notified!**

Good luck!


  1. These task cards look awesome!

    Here is my pin:


    I use task cards in a variety of ways. Sometimes I do them as a Scoot game, but sometimes, the students get a little antsy waiting for others to finish. So other times, I break the students into small groups and have them rotate the cards amongst themselves, and then they will switch with another group when they are ready. I find they are more productive when they work with a smaller group of students.

  3. I like to use task cards to play scoot whole group. I have also used task cards as like a scavenger hunt around the classroom to get the kids up and moving.

    Here's my pin!

  4. I love using task cards. SO do my fourth graders. Here's my pin.

  5. I use task cards as centers, scoot, and work the room activities. Love using them!

  6. I use task cards during our rotations every week! The kids enjoy working on them because they are so engaging. =)