This resource includes cards with and without qr codes. There are 24 cards in each set. I have also included a recording sheet and answer key.
Directions for Scoot: The students will scoot around the room from card to card as the game is played. Some teachers place a card on each desk while others might tape them to the wall.
All the students will begin with a card and solve the problem. Each card has a letter in the left hand corner. Students will record their answer in the box with that letter on their recording sheet. Depending on which game you are playing will depend on how long the children stay at that card. For example, you may set a timer for the multiplication game for 30 seconds to 1 minute. When the timer goes off the kids scoot to the next card. The game ends when the students have scooted through all the cards.
I have also used these cards as task cards during center time. I have no set time and I let the students rotate around randomly from card to card to complete the problems at their own pace. In addition, I have had students rotate around with a buddy. This is very beneficial for struggling learners and students who work more efficiently in small groups than independently.
My students have loved using the cards! It gives them the opportunity to get out of their seats and practice math skills in a fun way.
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