EQAO Measurement Math Task Cards

21 Jan

If you’ve read anything we have ever posted then this confession will not shock you. We get bored. Frequently. Probably more often than we should. The thought of doing the same thing year after year is well, it’s enough to make us want to take naps. Long naps. At school. The first couple of years of an assignment you need to repeat just about everything. You make minor revisions based on your experiences the first time. Nothing crazy. Just enough to make it run more smoothly. You don’t do much else because you’re too busy treading water just trying to keep up with learning new curriculum and wading through oceans of marking.

Once you finally get a sense of some routine, boredom sets in. You lose enthusiasm for the topic which is critical in selling it to your students. Yet, you’re tired, there’s still oceans of marking and you don’t want to spend crazy amounts of time thinking of new things to do. Sometimes it’s also difficult as you know it’s something your students in the past really enjoyed doing. The sometimes odd struggles of being a teacher:)

Below is something to help you keep moving along your boredom line. Could be something new to you or similar to something you’ve done but with enough changes to make you somewhat more enthusiastic.

 

This week, we are sharing the first task cards for measurement. These cards focus more on converting units of measure, selecting the most appropriate unit of measure, etc.  Again, these are from the Ministry and not our creation – we have just compiled them to help us out as we work through EQAO related tasks. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You can download the file here:

EQAO Measurement Task Cards Brownlee and Belanger

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