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Free Random Grouping Cards For Visible Random Groupings

Teaching with problem-based tasks like the ones found on our tasks page will help to spark curiosity in your students as well as fuel their sense making.

In our teacher resource guides we often recommend the use of random groupings. Peter Liljedahl’s research suggest that students in visible random groupings will help students feel valued in a group setting. Since the group is random they can’t tell themselves that they are the weak one in the group or the strong one.

In the past we used playing cards to group students but we found after time we wanted a bit more flexibility.

We build our own deck of cards that help group our students randomly in multiple ways.

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There are three copies of the cards.

one designed for only groups of two, one with equations/expressions and one without (groups of 2 or 3 – 36 cards). 

The cards have different ways to match. Just tape the master grouping card to a group of 3 desks (or pairs will work too) .

Then For example, today we may decide that we are all matching by colour. So when you grab a random grouping card from the teacher at the door, students will go and sit at that colour. But tomorrow we may decide to match symbols so if a student chooses this card

They would go and sit at the “gear” table! And maybe the day after that we’ll say to match expressions, then the student will have to evaluate the expression on the card to discover what table to sit at.

Pretty easy! There are 12 colours, 12 symbols, 12 shapes, and 12 numbers that match expressions. So 36 cards in total (or 24 cards if you choose that set).

If you’re like us and have only 24 kids then you can get rid of a few colours and it’ll all still work out. So grab them below here and have fun mixing it up!!

Click here to grab the cards.

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