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    • Suzie Ciscar

      Subtraction Poem #kids #school #math #subtraction

    • Sandra Hodgers

      teaching ideas hahaha i cud of done with this in my school days will be handy for my kids though!!!

    • Danielle Lee-Smith

      2nd Grade Math: Subtraction poem

    • Megan Ryan

      This looks like the easiest anchor chart for subtraction that I've ever seen. #subtraction #strategies #teaching #math #posters #anchor #chart #school #kids Repinned from Vanna Tremblay: Subtraction

    • Julie Todd Foster

      For my math teacher freinds. I love this subtraction poem and the way she illustrated it!

    • Gloria Wayman

      Subtraction poem plus other classroom ideas.

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    This is so cute! I love this!! This is helpful because it will help the students remember what to do. It can also be done for addition, multiplication, and division. The bad thing about this is it can take a lot of time. However, if you do it once, you can keep it for further years.

    I like this end of the year poem. "You're such a star"

    Here's a set of posters for helping students think about the meaning of subtraction.

    I'm not sure why I still have to say this. Maybe a poster & cute saying will help them remember.

    A simple review game about 2, 3, and 4 digit subtraction problems. Students sort which problems need to be regrouped. Then they solve the answers...

    cute subtraction poem media-cdn8.pinter... kelshockley classroom ideas

    The poem's fine, but check out the dance moves/actions to go with it! This is a fantastic idea for teaching regrouping. Wish I was teaching Grade 2!

    Math subtraction Strategies. That's a good way for kids to remember how to subtract! I would create a bulliten board with these strategies on them.

    There is no printable but seems easy enough to make: number sense - might be a great center activity for 1st grade math! Should always have one math center deal with basic facts. This one might need to be parent/para/teacher led until the students get used to how to do it.