These math anchor charts are great to use for enhancing instruction. Post these in your room for students to reference throughout the year. Included in this 106 page pack:
-Addition, subtraction, multiplication
-Greater than, less than
and many more.
The original purchaser is granted permission to reproduce these pages in unlimited quantities for their OWN classroom use. Duplication for an entire grade level, school, school system or for commercial purposes is strictly forbidden. If you wish to purchase a set for your grade level or entire school, please contact me via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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I LOVE your Math Anchor Charts!! We are currently working on time and I noticed the half past anchor chart hour hand is incorrect. Would you mind moving the hour hand half way between two numbers? Thank you so much! Again, I love your products:)!
Oh my goodness! Thanks so much for letting me know. I'll do that ASAP.
February 12, 2013
I looked at your preview and didn't see anything with Place Value with the place value chart....ones, tens, hundreds, thousands. Is this not shown in the preview or is it not in the pack? We are working on the chart, expanded form and number form.
Hi! There are anchor charts for one, ten, and hundreds which would be more of number form. I don't have expanded form in the pack because we don't teach it in second grade. However, if you do purchase it, it is something that I could add to the pack. If you purchase the pack and don't see what you need, email me at email@example.com and I'll update it for you.
Hi, Swimming into Second. I want to give you a shout out first about your Math Anchor Charts. I have been using these (heart be still) and pulling the ones that are relative to the lessons I am teaching that week. The past ones are displayed and my KIDDOS are USING them. I think because they are large enough to be seen and I just didn't hang them all up before school started as decoration. Now to the questions or my request.....
1. On the array card you have only the multiplication process. I am wondering is you would consider making another slide that introduces this concept as repeated addition. Instead of 3x4=12 it would say 3+3+3+3=12, since this is the way arrays are often introduced.
2. On the whole-part-part card you have the parts the same size. When using the visual I think it is important for the parts to be weighted in size. The greater part having a larger rectangle and the lesser part having a smaller rectangle.
3. You do not have a part, part, whole visual slide. I can tell by your effort and attention to detail you are a visual person. I think it is important to provide this learning style the visual representation of this process.
I am asking you to consider adding these slides. I love these and I love anchor charts. My students are using your resource. They are getting out of their seats during work stations, independent work, and assessments to refer to the Math Wall. I think this is the best thing in the world-APPLICATION. One of them even asked if they could have copies for their math binder so they didn't have to get up all the time-HA! This by far is one of the most USED resources in my classroom I have ever purchased from TPT.