Self-Paced Task Cards for Kindergarten: Math and Language Arts

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Task cards for kindergarten that focus on Math and Language Arts standards. These self-paced task cards with two levels of responses will simplify the differentiation process in your classroom.

Self-Paced Task Cards for Kindergarten: Math and Language Arts

July 5 Wills 2 min read

Task cards for kindergarten that focus on Math and Language Arts standards. These self-paced task cards with two levels of responses will simplify the differentiation process in your classroom.

Task cards for kindergarten that focus on Math and Language Arts standards. These self-paced task cards with two levels of responses will simplify the differentiation process in your classroom.

Task Cards for Kindergarten

My sweet friend, Elizabeth Coller and I have put together this great resource for your kindergarten classroom! We are so excited about these task cards that align with the Math and Language Arts standards. PLUS, these task cards are self-paced. So, students complete the task in whichever order you design for them. Can we say differentiation!? Woo-hoo! 

Did I mention that these task cards are available for Math and Language Arts? Take a look!

Language Arts Task Cards for Kindergarten

Alphabet tracing, syllables, digraphs, rhyming, CVC words, sentences, and MORE! We’ve included 48 task cards for Language Arts. 

Task cards for kindergarten that focus on Math and Language Arts standards. These self-paced task cards with two levels of responses will simplify the differentiation process in your classroom.

Each standard comes with an “I can” card, a student response activity, and an answer sheet for you! Most of the task card activities come with two response sheets. This is where you can easily differentiate based on the needs of your students. 

Task cards for kindergarten that focus on Math and Language Arts standards. These self-paced task cards with two levels of responses will simplify the differentiation process in your classroom.

Task cards for kindergarten that focus on Math and Language Arts standards. These self-paced task cards with two levels of responses will simplify the differentiation process in your classroom.

Math Task Cards for Kindergarten

36 task cards that focus on the Math standards. Students will love practicing shapes, time, numbers, patterns, addition/subtraction, and more! 

Task cards for kindergarten that focus on Math and Language Arts standards. These self-paced task cards with two levels of responses will simplify the differentiation process in your classroom.

Task cards for kindergarten that focus on Math and Language Arts standards. These self-paced task cards with two levels of responses will simplify the differentiation process in your classroom.

Task cards for kindergarten that focus on Math and Language Arts standards. These self-paced task cards with two levels of responses will simplify the differentiation process in your classroom.

Student Self-Paced 

With the editable student check-off list, you can differentiate as needed. Students complete the task cards in any order you wish. Students stay organized and on track with the check-off list. We recommend printing them on bright colored paper so they can easily be found each day. Your students will love tracking their progress and you will love these independent activities!

Task cards for kindergarten that focus on Math and Language Arts standards. These self-paced task cards with two levels of responses will simplify the differentiation process in your classroom.

Are you ready to bring these task cards into your classroom? Click below!

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6 Comments

  • Kristin Sedovic July 13 at 3:06 pm

    where did you get the colored bins for these task sets?

    • Deedee July 19 at 3:53 pm

      I got mine at Amazon. If you go to the product description on TpT, I have links where you can find them πŸ™‚

  • Kiki Damrow August 16 at 7:50 am

    How do you store the little boxes once they are ready to go?

    • Deedee August 19 at 8:42 pm

      They are stored in the big case they were in when I purchased them. πŸ™‚

  • Nancy Schlader October 17 at 1:45 pm

    Hi Deedee, do you have each task card in their own box? I purchased these and want to get organized. Also wondering how you run these in your classroom. Thanks for always having wonderful ideas and sharing them with us! πŸ™‚

    • Deedee October 18 at 7:57 pm

      I just kept one set together but swapped them out periodically. That was easier than having 4 boxes…ha!

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