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This poster aligns the words kids see in word problems with the Math operations they represent. It has helped my students translate word problems into equations that are easily solved.

Could do something similar for integrated science and defining the variables for power, velocity etc.

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FREE cheat sheet for students. A great visual way to remember the difference between GCF and LCM.

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Nice...not so sure if it works....my friend Tom says he needed a sine function...I'll run it by him :)