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Teaching With a Mountain View: Line Study: Take 2!

Line Study: Take 2!

Place value anchor chart (image only), show students several ways that one number can be represented

Place Value anchor chart - image only. I would use this "frayer model" for a variety of Math ideas. How many ways can you model an addition/subtraction problem using your strategies, etc.

Silly mistake or Math Mistake or Process Mistake ... LEARN how to SELF MANAGE YOUR LEARNING! https://fbcdn-sphotos-c-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-ash3/531795_482036198518936_1550898557_n.jpg

I guess I should pin my own anchor chart.Teaching students how to identify the types of math mistakes they have made, and how to fix them. This is an extension of my 'Making Math Matter' chart.

Well I finally took some pictures of the Anchor Charts I have hanging up in my classroom.  I was so inspired by all of the teachers that hav...

Make for Craig--Math Anchor Charts.use to make a sort for students (modifications, personal math textbook)

Growing Grade by Grade: Rules of Divisibility Foldable

Rules of Divisibility Foldable

Growing in Grade: Rules of Divisibility Foldable. This is a good visual resource for older students to use as they learn rules of divisibility in math.

I gave each student 1/2 a sheet of paper (lengthwise), and asked them to make accordion folds for 10 sectionsAfter we had labeled our columns, and glued the tool into our notebookswe drew in base 10 blocks below, and practiced the written and expanded forms of a number chosen by the class.

Math Journal Sundays - Place Value

Our favorite 2nd grade anchor charts for math, language arts, and beyond. You'll definitely want to use some of these in your classroom.

We're in Love With These 23 Fantastic 2nd Grade Anchor Charts