Do you struggle with what to have your early finishers do? Instead of hearing, “I’m done! Now what?” you can give them meaningful activities to complete that will be fun, help them practice key skills, and keep them on task while you are working with other students. These Early Finisher Task Cards will solve your fast finisher problem once and for all!
These Early Finisher Task Cards will help you solve your early finisher problem and:
✓Reinforce previously taught skills.
✓Encourage independence with engaging activities.
✓Give you back your time so you can work with other students who need more assistance.
✓Differentiate your early finisher activity choices with a wide variety of skills practice and difficulty levels.
✓Save you time as you just prep once and are ready to use these cards for many years!
✓Minimize mess with an easy-to-organize system and minimal materials required.
✓Keep all students on-task with activities they will have a blast completing!
✓Extend learning by incorporating these cards into centers, small groups, guided reading/math, and assessment.
These Early Finisher Task Cards will be a game-changer for your classroom! Students will know the expectations and procedures for what to do when their work is finished. This system will keep everything organized and easy to access for all students. There are no messes to clean up and each activity stores easily, making transitions a breeze!
The best part– students are learning and growing while having fun!
The February resource includes the following skills:
- Number Order
- Counting On
- Ten Frames
- Number Bonds
- Decomposing Numbers
- Counting Practice
- Tally Marks
- Word Problems
- Number Recognition
- Phoneme Blending
- Phoneme Segmentation
- CVC Words
- Beginning Blends
- Sight Word Recognition
Want to extend learning in centers, small group work, morning work, or homework? Check out these worksheets that are perfectly aligned to the task cards:
Want to learn more about how I set up this early finisher system in my classroom? Check out this blog post:
Do you have a wide variety of levels of students in your classroom who made need a challenge or a little more assistance? Check out my Early Finisher Task Cards for these additional grade levels: