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good way to organize a math wall instead of huge anchor charts that take up more room!

This is a poster dealing with place value. I would use this in my classroom to hang in the classroom so children could refer back to it while working on expanded form and place value.

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Lego Math! Such a great way to help kids visualize math! we were using candy until some were permanently "subtracted" when they became too tempting to bear lol

I love this idea! If you go to their website, you can get copies of the Math Wall activities.

I wish I had these clear explanations in my elementary school days. Then, maybe, math wouldn't give me an anxiety attack! :P

Maybe make an anchor chart for numbers 1-20 to keep up in the wall for a while?

math center @Andrea Henne i like this for maybe the beginning of the year as we are reviewing numbers?

Fill It In - This would be great to do every day and perhaps include in an everyday learning book.

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