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Nice strategies and visuals for solving math problems. I appreciate that "use your fingers" is at the top. It should not be a bad thing. Those are some handy built-in manipulatives we were born with.

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Teaching your students multiplication this fall? Use a foldable to help them learn and master different strategies. They can take it home, glue it in a math journals, make it at a center, etc. Lots of uses.

strategies for solving math problems {anchor chart} We are trying to break our 3rd graders from using their fingers, so I would adapt the chart.

Problem Solving Strategies via 2014 or considered cheating strategies via 1994- take your pick?

These are very basic division strategies designed to introduce the concept. These Division Strategies are strategies that allow students to think differently and learn to manipulate numbers in ways that allow them to feel like they are in control of numbers.

CUBES - Math Testing Strategy....I've seen a lot of different strategies and this is one of the first ones that I really like!

+ and - memorization strategies from Math Mammoth - strategies to teach and help children memorize the basic addition and subtraction facts, such as fact families, the "trick" with 9, number rainb

Love letting them create the visuals. They are so much more likely to use the anchor chart and to remember what the visuals mean.

Pencil Strategies!!! They are problem solving steps to help the kiddos maneuver through word problems.