Brenda Bosque
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Free Problem Solving Classroom Posters

Free Problem Solving Classroom Posters

School and the City: How to Make a Reusable, Interactive, "Math About Me" Anchor Chart -- so cute for meet the teacher, open house, or back to school! Adapt the math problems to your grade level.

School and the City: How to Make a Reusable, Interactive, "Math About Me" Anchor Chart -- so cute for meet the teacher, open house, or back to school! Adapt the math problems to your grade level.

This Language of Math poster has helped my Algebra students so much over the years. One of the hardest things in Algebra - or any math course, really - are word problems. Once students see that word problems can be directly translated into symbols, and that those symbols turn into solvable equations, Algebra really starts to make sense! I made this Language of Math poster to help students translate word problems into equations to solve. Here is the version I printed for my classroom:

This Language of Math poster has helped my Algebra students so much over the years. One of the hardest things in Algebra - or any math course, really - are word problems. Once students see that word problems can be directly translated into symbols, and that those symbols turn into solvable equations, Algebra really starts to make sense! I made this Language of Math poster to help students translate word problems into equations to solve. Here is the version I printed for my classroom:

Math bulletin board-by  now your students should learn the number of ways you can say a problem or ask for a solution - this is a fun way to do that. First have them choose or you choose one of the four operations, then have them show you which of the quadrants applies to that operation and have them select one of the words within the quadrant and use it properly in a problem.

Math bulletin board-by now your students should learn the number of ways you can say a problem or ask for a solution - this is a fun way to do that. First have them choose or you choose one of the four operations, then have them show you which of the quadrants applies to that operation and have them select one of the words within the quadrant and use it properly in a problem.

Math games are fun way to keep kids engaged at math centers. Check out these 30 games for your 3rd grade students.

Math games are fun way to keep kids engaged at math centers. Check out these 30 games for your 3rd grade students.