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Good post from Crafting Connections to go with this chart - check it out to catch all the nuances of this work!

produce analogies with known antonyms and synonyms Good post from Crafting Connections to go with this chart - check it out to catch all the nuances of this work!

Good for explaining why math is important/why it is important we meet our math big goal

Try this anchor chart with your students to brainstorm and gives examples of where math is used.

Im determined to have more MORE "Math Talk" in my classroom this year...

Grade Six Teacher "Extraordinaire" : Math Talk! Using writing in math- teaching kids how to "math talk"

7th Grade Math Anchor Charts ("If a decimal's in the house: RAISE IT TO THE ROOF! If a decimal's on the side: LET IT SLIDE!")

Use the terminology "in the house","raise the roof", and "slide" as a trick to help kids remember decimal rules

I like the idea of this, but would need to adapt for first grade.

Math thinking maps - Like a freyer model and a circle map combined - Would be great with vocabulary.

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70 Cool Math Games

Mental Math Game with popsicle sticks. You can use this game with random facts, addition, subtraction, times tables or all of the above!

Fabulous Finch Facts: Math Anchor Charts...use to make a sort for students (modifications, personal math textbook)

These words help to figure out how to solve the problem Fabulous Finch Facts: Math Anchor Charts.

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