Problem Solving Thinker Cards 3rd – 5th

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by Kristi Youmans

Add Critical Thinking to your students’ 21st Century Skill Set!

These 48 task cards provide an introduction to higher-level thinking and that keep students on task with challenging activities. The problems require 3 critical thinking strategies – logic, patterns, and combinations. These math standards are incorporated into the problems:

Number and Operations
Algebra
Data Analysis and Probability
Process Standards
Geometry

Do one problem as a whole class and then place the cards in learning centers for anchor activities or use as a team game, scoring a point for each problem answered first and/or correctly by the teams.

Some problems may be difficult for younger students to read independently or to solve, so teachers might want to read those problems to students and work through the problems together or in pairs. However difficult the problems may be, these problems are great motivators to start thinking critically for even the youngest students.

Each Problem card has two problems. Cut the cards in half. Laminate and put on a ring or in a folder. Each Answer card has two answers. Cut the cards, and laminate them and put on a ring or in a folder.

Students read the problem on the laminated card and solve it on notebook or other paper. They can then retrieve the answer card, check themselves, and rework problems that need correction.

Sample Pages
pol0402a.pdf
pol0402b.pdf
pol0402c.pdf

2 reviews for Problem Solving Thinker Cards 3rd – 5th

  1. Donna Koepke

    This is a packet of 8 task cards with higher-level thinking problems. Each of the cards has two problems on each one. The cards can also be self-checking. These can be cut apart and used individually. The task cards include logic puzzles, patterns, and problem solving that requires higher level thinking skills.

  2. Triena Pitts

    They focus on critical thinking skills and are aligned with Bloom’s Taxonomy of Higher Order Thinking. There are 48 task cards and they are great for partners, small or whole groups. These cards would be good for learning centers for gifted.

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