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  • Kate Wissman

    subtraction poster

  • Phon Bounkhoune

    the teacher wife: addition & subtraction key words | free download |

  • Jillian Herbert

    subtraction anchor chart to help students with story problems

  • Michelle Rodriguez

    I decided to make some anchor charts for addition and subtraction key words. I got the idea from Jodi at Fun in First (she has really great ideas... if you haven't checked out her blog, you NEED to). Here is the subtraction chart (which is shaped like a subtraction sign): After downloading both documents, print on card stock, arrange nicely on addition/subtraction shaped posters, and laminate.

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I decided to make some anchor charts for addition and subtraction key words. I got the idea from Jodi at Fun in First (she has really great ideas... if you haven't checked out her blog, you NEED to). Here is the addition chart (I love how it is shaped like an addition sign): After downloading both documents, print on card stock, arrange nicely on addition/subtraction shaped posters, and laminate.

About half of my students are having trouble remembering the rules for double digit subtraction. This poster and song, if used frequently, might help them to remember the rules and experience more success when doing double digit subtraction problems.

Here's a poster for helping students find subtraction key words in word problems.

Subtraction Chart -- good visual to help explain the concept :) Personally not a fan of the term "take away"

I snagged this off of Mrs. Plant's Press blog!!! Awesome subtraction stuff for my Kinder-beaners!!

Here's an anchor chart that uses the Frayer Model to help students with vocabulary.

Addition and subtraction anchor charts. Honestly, I think I'll be using simply b/c it's called an ANCHOR chart

First Grade Smiles: Math Facts and Computation

I credit "more on the floor, go next door for ten more" the reason my kids can subtract this year..

I would do this for multiplication and division, turn it into small laminated cards for each math folder. And then force my kids who don't know their facts to use them!