Need more activities for teaching students social studies skills? These printable and digital task cards ask students to identify the difference between rural, urban, and suburban communities! Use these to accompany your social studies or geography lessons! They are perfect for hands-on learning! These can be best used as morning work, social studies center work, early finisher, independent work station materials, and more!
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The real photos on the task cards provide the students with a hands-on and engaging way to learn The digital version of this resource comes in three different ways to access depending on the platforms that you use.
DIGITAL VERSIONS INCLUDED:
- Interactive PDF with self-correction slides
- Boom Cards with audio, self-correction, and data collection
- Google Slides version with drag and drop answer selection
PRINTABLE VERSION INCLUDED:
- 24+ Printable Task Cards
Upload this activity to Google Classroom or another platform or learning management system of your choosing. The digital versions work on computers, smart boards, tablets, iPads, and smartphones.
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