Making sense of problems, reasoning through problem solving strategies, and communicating and explaining answers are important skills students must develop. These skills can be found in the NCTM Process Standards, the Strands of Mathematical Proficiency specified in the National Research Council’s report Adding It Up, and in the Standards for Mathematical Practice found in the Common Core Standards.

To encourage students to talk about math, this packet contains a set of 24 question cards and 24 sentence starter cards. Simply cut the cards apart and put on a ring. They can be used by the teacher to guide whole-class or small group discussion, or by students working in small groups at centers or stations.

Here's what the cards look like.

I hope you get a chance to use these cards in your home or classroom. Please let me know if you try them and how they work!
To encourage students to talk about math, this packet contains a set of 24 question cards and 24 sentence starter cards. Simply cut the cards apart and put on a ring. They can be used by the teacher to guide whole-class or small group discussion, or by students working in small groups at centers or stations.

Download Math Talk Cards Set.

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