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  • Suzie Ciscar

    Subtraction Poem #kids #school #math #subtraction

  • Quincy Booker

    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

  • Darlene C

    teaching ideas #Math Subtraction Poem

  • Danielle Lee-Smith

    2nd Grade Math: Subtraction poem

  • Julie Todd Foster

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

  • Jasee Ra

    Subtraction poem plus other classroom ideas.

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Teach this poem to class as a way of remebering the steps in subtracting numbers. This will be a fun and helpful way students can solve subtraction problems independently.

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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.