Andreas Sørby

Andreas Sørby

Andreas Sørby
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Addition and subtraction anchor charts to help the kids remember which way to go on the number line. Smart!

Addition and subtraction anchor charts to help the kids remember which way to go on the number line. For even more visual support, place arrows above or below a number line in the direction of subtraction or addition.

Marking the degrees that a door can open is a great visual

Australian Curriculum Measurement & Geometry - - Estimate, measure & compare angles using degrees. Construct angles using a protractor. Marking the degrees that a door can open is a great visual for students learning about angles. (image only)

A great way to practice measuring angles! Tape up desks with different colored tape and let students use marker on the table to write in the degrees! Students LOVE writing on the tables! (picture only)

A great way to practice measuring angles! Tape up desks with different colored tape and let students use dry erase marker on the table to write in the degrees! Students LOVE writing on the tables! (picture only)

MORE Dice and Card Games

This packet contains 20 MORE easy to set up maths activities that can be created by just supplying some dice and a deck of playing cards.