As a new homeschool mom/teacher of 2 very bright daughters, (grades 2 & 5) I am striving to meet and exceed their expectations of a great teacher- as we have had the privilege of having some amazing public school teachers. My girls often mention helpful visuals and "tricks to remember" their teachers used. They will be delighted to see we now have our own, when I put some of these on display in our learning environment. Thank you Diane! I will put these to good use!!
I give you an A+++ for the creativity in this. It is so good that I would love to feature it on my teaching website: www.unitedtoteach.com. Let me know if I have your permission. I'd mention who you are, and also provide a link back to your store here. Just make sure you let me know I have permission. You can email me at email@example.com. I have so many homeschool and regular teacher friends alike that would probably LOVE to utilize these visual cues with their students.
Some great visuals to link a math concept to. Wish the octopus had 8 legs showing not just 6. My students found that confusing. Didn't like the pic for obtuse. Would like to see fact family represented for multiplication and division too.
This math posters are the best best best ever!!! you need to put a cover page so it shows up and people are drawn to them on here and on pinterst!!!!
March 4, 2013
Christine Lesher (TpT Seller) re: Math Vocabulary Posters - Visual Tricks to Remember
I'm new to this site and was going to leave this feedback but saw the link to contact the creator first. This is what I was going to post but will put here instead:
Great for my visual learner with autism. Would have preferred a different photo than a large human belly for obtuse angle (maybe someone holding a large pumpkin?). Not sure how the "mean teacher" will go over with a literal learner. Page 12 should have a comma after "Dr. Math". Page 28 shows 9 slices total, which would be confusing to a literal student. Page 38 should read "divided". Page 42 should be "=" instead of "-". Overall fabulous! =) Thanks!
February 3, 2013
Desiree Schmidt (TpT Seller) re: Math Vocabulary Posters - Visual Tricks to Remember
Can you find an 8-legged octopus? Could you make a small edit on p. 38? "divided" Also, being so far to the right, it was cut off in printing.
September 7, 2012
hobbettej re: Math Vocabulary Posters - Visual Tricks to Remember
I saw the same thing on the even number slide, but also on octagon, the octopus only has six legs which could be a little confusing.
August 19, 2012
cmhighto re: Math Vocabulary Posters - Visual Tricks to Remember
These are wonderful! I think there is a typo on the even number card with the pool balls. It states "divide" and I think it should be "divided". What do you think? Thank you!