Task Card Templates

I was checking out a friend's new set of task cards and noticed that the frames were a little distorted.  I realized that she was using a frame meant to be on a 8.5 X 11 sized paper and trying to shrink it down to fit the task cards.  Unfortunately, the proportions are not the same.

An idea formed in my head.  Why don't I create frames just for task cards?  That weekend I set out to create doodle frames that were meant to be used as task cards.  I did them in two different sizes.

Set 1 has 4 cards per sheet, with the frames being about 5" X 4".

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Set 2 has 6 cards per sheet, with the frames being about 4" X 3.5"

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I even uploaded a FREE set of St. Patrick's Day task card frames that are already on St. Patrick's Day themed background paper.

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The task cards are very easy to insert into your project. Start by opening up the program you will be working in (I'm using PowerPoint to demonstrate).  Go to Insert> Photo> Picture from file.

Choose the background paper you want to use.

After your background paper is inserted, go to Insert> Photo> Picture from File to insert your favorite task card frame.

Choose the task card frame you want to use....

and you are all done.  No more trying to re-size frames that weren't meant to be re-sized. No more trying to line up the frames.  I've done all the work for you.

You are ready to start typing on your task cards in 4 easy steps.

My next project is to combine my task card templates with some of my own background papers.  So if there is a combination that you would like to see. let me know.  I will get it posted ASAP!

If you would like to purchase these task cards at Teacher's Notebook, you can find them in my new store called Digi by Amy.

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Super Sunday Sale at TpT

On Sunday, Feb. 3, TeacherPayTeachers is having a sale.  My store will be 20% off tomorrow.  When you check out, use the promo code SUPER and get an additional 10% off for a total of 28% off the original price. 

Happy shopping!