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FREE! In this center children use colored monsters to assist with solving word problems. Helps w/ beginning algebraic thinking like 3 + _ = 5

Elementary - Math strategies for addition. - We use this with our younger students to help them figure out how to count. We use it for counting up as well as counting down. We use this picture as a reminder of how they can figure out their answer. Each student uses a different strategy so it's nice to have hanging so everyone can benefit from this poster. Found on pinterest.

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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.

This works!! This was my approach with my daughter this year for Kindergarten! We soared into 1st grade math quickly...How to solve math problems

Ohhh my word this is a great idea. I am making one of these. I love that it states the obvious!!!!!!!! :)

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.

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