Here it is in Power Point, but it is converted from the Keynote version, so you might need to clean it up a little. Sorry! (The Keynote version is below.)

Here is the Keynote set of task cards:

Hope they help someone out! Enjoy!

Last week the kiddos were having a lot of trouble with literal equations and I decided to make some task cards for them. This is my first attempt at making my own task card and my own boarders. I think they turned out nicely for a first attempt. I put QR codes on them because I was trying to save my sanity. Just putting some questions on the board without a check was not a good idea! :)

Since I made the task card, I thought I would post them for anyone who wants them. I got the equations from 2 different worksheets that I downloaded from the internet a while back. I can't find the exact ones again. My apologies to the original authors!

Here it is in Power Point, but it is converted from the Keynote version, so you might need to clean it up a little. Sorry! (The Keynote version is below.)

Here is the Keynote set of task cards:

Hope they help someone out! Enjoy!

Here it is in Power Point, but it is converted from the Keynote version, so you might need to clean it up a little. Sorry! (The Keynote version is below.)

Here is the Keynote set of task cards:

Hope they help someone out! Enjoy!

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Hi! Thank you for posting this. I can't wait to try this with my students next week.

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