This is a word wall that is easy to read and big enough for kids to see across the room. It includes:
Coins to a dollar
3-D Shapes - Cone, Rectangular Prism, Sphere
Shapes - Octagon, Trapezoid, Rectangle, Pentagon, Quadrilateral, Hexagon, Circle, Triangle, Square, Parallelogram
Measurement - Yard, Foot, Feet, Meter, Length, Centimeter, Inches
Greater than/Less than
Fractions - fourth, thirds, half
Counting Up to Subtract
Least to Greatest
Chances - equally likely, less likely
Thanks! We do the seven habits at my school and one of them is begin with the end in mind. It really works well to make sure they understand the vocabulary before beginning the chapter. I am surprised at some of the things we assume kids know and they don't. Especially if you have been teacher forever like me! :)
April 20, 2013
Love these colorful ways to reinforce common core vocabulary in math in kindergarten!
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Thanks, I hope it works as well for you as it has for me. One thing I did that really helped is I lamenated a white anchor chart size paper for each chapter and then taped the words on because when I am in the thick of teaching I don't want to go through all of them every time I start a new chapter. I hang them on hangers to store in the cupboard. I hope that makes sense!