Ordering and Comparing Numbers to 1 000 Math Task Cards | Paper and Digital | Grade 3
Practice or assess your students' ability to order and compare numbers up to 1 000 with these task cards. Use them for practice, review, or assessment. They only take moments to prep and make differentiation a snap.
This versatile product includes:
3 different decks of 24 cards each. You can use multiple decks at the same time, making differentiation easy.
- Deck 1: 24 cards up to 50
- Deck 2: 24 cards up to 100
- Deck 3: 24 cards up to 1 000
- options to use the cards on paper, with Google Slides or with Google Forms.
- instructions to prepare the paper cards (colour or ink-saving).
- instructions to prepare the Google Slides version.
- Instructions to prepare the Google Forms version (which is self-grading).
- a list of ways to use the questions in your classroom.
different students answer recording options.
answer keys for all the cards.
- Canadian/British spellings.
- SI Notation, so numbers are written with spaces between place values instead of commas. (Example: 1 000 instead of 1,000).
This set aligns with:
- Alberta Program of Studies Math Grade 3
- British Columbia Mathematics Curricular Competencies Grade 3
- Saskatchewan N3.1j Sort a set of numbers into ascending and descending order and justify the result.
- Saskatchewan N3.1m Analyze a sequence of numbers and justify the conclusion of whether or not the sequence is ordered.
This set supports:
- Saskatchewan N3.1k Create as many different 3 digit numerals as possible, given three non-repeating digits, and sort the numbers in ascending and descending order. This set practices the sorting only.
- any introductory lesson about number sense, comparing numbers or ordering numbers by value.
Ninja Note: To access the digital version, download the PDF and click on the link in the file. It can also be used by printing the paper version.
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