This set of 28 task cards focuses on integers and absolute value. Use for extra practice at a center or use the included recording pages to play scoot.
Scroll to the bottom of the post to download the complete, free set. You are looking for the bold, blue words.
So often sixth grade math ends up being worksheet after worksheet to practice a new skill. To help you add a little variety, we have created a set of task cards that can be used at a center for practice or easily adapted to be played as a Scoot game by using the included recording pages. Also included are additional recording pages and an answer key.
For students who need extra support mastering this skill, provide a number line and teach children how to start in one spot and move up or down on the number line the required number of spots.
To play Scoot, place a task card at each desk or seat. Each student is given a Scoot recording page. Give the class a set amount of time to complete each task, when the time is up, the teacher announces “Scoot” and each child moves the predetermined direction and completes the next task. It is a good idea to talk about the direction of movement before beginning the game to keep the activity running smoothly.
You can download the complete set of task cards, Scoot recording page and other recording pages here: Integers Task Cards.