I have been using this board and card sort set for confirming understanding and peer learning with Functional skills students for over 6 years now and it works really well I have also used this for fun GCSE revision, they took me a good while to create.
What's in the set?
An A3 Board for the cards Each board holds 12 matching pairs Ideally you would laminate the boards (3/4 needed) and the cards 84 in total (42 sets)
Total cards 42 and 42 matching answers/descriptions to questions
All brightly coloured with the backs, ready to print fold over and laminate, they are in a word format so you can edit them or change them as you wish, each back has a set number (use find and replace) to change the set number, so you can print off a few sets, saves them getting mixed up
I usually do these for groups of two or three students to promote peer learning, split the cards up as you wish for different sessions, takes a while printing but worth the effort, great for encouraging team activities
What's on the cards?
42 in total all around measure/shape with 42 responses/answers to match each card
Naming shapes (most shapes)
Some volume questions
Parts of circles
This is a good resource to use as an activity or to confirm understanding at the end of a session, good fun, can be used with lots of ages depending on the programme they are working towards from Entry level 3 to Level 2 functional skills, primary or GCSE, great revision activity.
Thanks for taking the time to read about this, should you decide to use this resource please leave feedback, I would be happy to hear from you