Math Boom Cards for Primary Grades
Hey, y'all. Have I told you lately how much I love Boom Learning? If you don't know Boom yet, it's a website in which your students can use digital task cards to enhance their learning. The cards are self-grading and provide instant feedback for your students, making them great for center work, distance learning, or whole class lessons or review.
We tried a few decks during our Zoom meetings and students used them during distance learning. The great part is they can be used on computers, iPads, smartphones, or whatever!
Telling time Boom cards are fun because there are 24 multiple choice cards in each set, one set for telling time to the hour and half hour and one for time to five minutes. This makes it super easy to differentiate for your students. Boom makes it simple to send one deck to some students and another deck to other students. Students are getting exactly what they need without any stigma of being in the "red group" or something like that.
My students also reviewed fractions with Boom cards. This deck has 32 cards that represent fractions as circles (pie), rectangles, and pictures. Students simply type in the fraction in the boxes to the right. It's super simple but powerful to see who "gets it" and who still needs more support.
We also did a little review of arrays with repeated addition and multiplication. Like the fraction cards, the arrays are shown with pictures and rectangles with rows and columns. Students type in the numbers for the repeated addition sentence and then do the same for the multiplication sentence.
These decks are setup to give students the cards in random order, but you are free to change them if you'd like. There are many more print and digital options in my store and I'm always adding new resources so be sure to follow me on TPT so you don't miss a thing.
I hope you found some fun new ideas for your classroom. Thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful week.