I created this freebie because I heard from some of you that you needed a way for students to keep track of the task cards they had completed. I hope this will do the trick! There are three different tracking sheets:
One for older students to record up to 20 sets of completed cards
Half-sheets for recording up to 10 sets of completed cards
A fun circle format for recording up to 10 sets of completed cards
I also thought it would be fun to make circles for a Task Card Bulletin Board. Students can fill out the circles as they complete sets and then post them on the board. You could also have them color the circles before posting for a more colorful effect. These circles could also be used for many other things, besides task cards!
Finally, it seemed like it would be a good idea to include some award certificates. There are colorful certificates for completing five, 10, 15, 20, and 25 sets of cards, as well as a blank certificate so that you can fill in whatever number works for you and a blank, black-line version just in case you don’t want to print in color.
For more freebies and ideas on how to use task cards in your classroom, be sure to check out Totally Task Cards. You may also want to take a peek at this Catalog of Task Cardsthat I created as a Google Sheet.
First and Second Grade Teachers: For close reading/reading comprehension passages, would you prefer a 50/50 split of fiction and nonfiction (informational text) or more nonfiction? ... See MoreSee Less
First and second-grade teachers: I keep getting requests to make a primary version of my Text Time close reading passages. What do you think of this draft page (click on the picture to make it bigger)? This is a second-grade passage. The first-grade one would be similar, but easier. The questions would stay the same. Would you use this? Is there anything that should be changed? Just to make this a little more fun, tomorrow morning, I will randomly pick one comment and give that person a $10 TpT gift card. ... See MoreSee Less