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Third Grade Math
Math Anchor Charts
Cool Math Trick where your answer is always 2!
To help students establish a math community. This is essential for our three part math lessons.
Choosing multiplication or division flow map anchor chart.
Third Grade / Special Education Math Anchor Chart: Intro to Fractions, Circle Model, Bar Model, Definition, Fraction Names
How many more and how many less anchor chart
Multiplication Hints and Tricks from Mrs Lane on http://TeachersNotebook.com (30 pages)
Addition and Subtraction anchor chart for first grade: Number sentences, key vocabulary, showing a model, and using a number line. Putting up at the end of the unit.
Tallies puzzles to teach how to count tally marks and other fun graphing activities
Engaging Lessons To Explore Geometry - From Wikki Stix to Simon Says. Use Wikki Stix to form lines, angles, and shapes.
In this quick and easy game, students compete against one another to form the highest decimal number using playing cards. This game challenges students to think critically about the place value of digits in decimal numbers and how each digit's placement impacts the total value of the number.