For example, get your active learners up and moving with a Read and Write the Room Math Center. Simply hang the task cards around the room, give your students a recording sheet, and watch as they take ownership of their own learning.
They will complete the task on the card: counting the objects and finding one more or one less, then record their answer in the box that matches the clipart on the card.
As a visual intervention, there is a large number line printed at the top of the recording sheet.
You can read more about ways to use task cards in the classroom, HERE
Students love these cards for the colorful graphics, and the challenge to complete their recording sheet independently. They become so engaged in the activity, that they don't realize they are working on the math standards.