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I am so excited about this editable math themed bulletin board! I plan to hang various pieces in my room (or on an anchor chart) for my students to reference all year long!
Download includes:
*Title words (# Math Talk)
*Mini Title: Key Words (also includes 18 pages of different key words used in so

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Get this as part of a bundle: School Subjects: Bulletin Board Bundle

Young learners make sense of their math world and numbers by talking about it! Math Talks give your kids ways to talk purposefully about numbers, addition, subtraction, fact families, true/false equations, shapes, linear measurement and data/graphs. In this large bundle you will find ALL of my mat

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Daily Math Talk Cards for Kindergarten and 1st grade Counting and Cardinality. Build mental math, computation, and student discourse by presenting these tasks, problems, and questions during your daily routine.
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Directions how to implement daily math talks
30 Printable 3x4 cards to put on a

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I am so excited about these math talk/number talk posters! I plan to hang these posters up for my students to reference all year long! They are also great conversation starters for math discussions!
**Please Note-- if you own my "Math Talk: Editable Bulletin Board Kit" these posters are included i

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Our students have a lot to say, but talking about math can be scary, especially when you don’t know how to start the conversation! Math Talk in my classroom greatly improved after implementing these bookmarks and practice sheets into my classroom!
Help your own students become master mathematicians

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Engage your students in math discourse by displaying these math talking stems posters during whole group math, number talks, during math centers, or in guided math groups. These talking stems will encourage your students to talk about their mathematical thinking and have collaborative conversations

Students need a variety of word-problem experiences to master these text-rich questions. Missing addend word problems differ from transition “Find the sum/difference” word problems as 1 part and the whole are presented. Students are then asked to find the missing part. Unlike traditional word proble

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Included you will find the following resources to create a “math talk” board! This is a growing resource. See below for what is included now and when the additional materials will be added.
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Board Header
Number Line (1-120)
Manipulatives (multiple colors included): 5 and 10 frames,

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Enhance your early elementary students' math vocabulary and math talk by posting and referring to your new math word wall concepts with picture support! Students will make connections with math concepts through colorful visual images and print reinforcement. Word cards are color-coded by math topics

These math talk posters are designed to support your students in having independent conversations about problem solving in math. The posters indicate not only a question or stem to get the conversation going, but also the sentence starter that the other students can use to help him or her form an an

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This resource is here to help students engage in math talk, practice for the SBAC, PARCC or other standardized tests, and to work through the Standards for Mathematical Practice. In this activity, students decide for themselves whether six statements are true/false about a given puzzle. You can then

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This fabulous 88 page unit will help you include Math Talk Moves into your everyday math routine! This unit clarifies what each talk move means and gives a week long lesson plan on how to introduce and implement the talk move in your classroom.
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- Anchor charts for introduc

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First graders make sense of their math world and numbers by talking about numbers. This packet of number talks gives your kids ways to talk purposefully about numbers, addition, subtraction, combinations and more. Get your students comfortable with sharing strategies, writing notation to match the

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Get this as part of a bundle: Digital Math Talks Bundle

Math Talk Cards
Math Talk Cards are an easy solution to get your kids to have meaningful and highly engaging conversations about math. Simply show students the front of the card and ask the questions on the back. Guide them to generate rich math discussions.
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This resource is here to help students engage in math talk, practice for the SBAC, PARCC or other standardized tests, and to work through the Standards for Mathematical Practice. In this activity, students decide for themselves whether six statements are true/false about a given puzzle. You can then

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***These "Math Talk Moves Student Cards" are also sold in my TPT store as a part of a bundle that contains larger "Math Talk Moves Posters" for use on a bulletin board. You can purchase them separately, or as a bundle called "Math Talk Moves Poster Set" for a reduced price.
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You can read about how I use these cards here - http://www.peachy-teaching.com/2013/09/number-talks-and-freebie.html
These cards are a great way to guide and support students as they begin engaging in math talk activities (also called number talk). Each card has a sentence stem to get kids started

Fractions Math Talk is a great way to support students in developing their Conceptual Understanding of Fractions, a major domain in the Common Core Standards in Mathematics for Grades 3 to 5.
It's a great way to start math time each day. Project a Fractions Math Talk slide and give students time to

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This resource is here to help students engage in math talk, practice for the SBAC, PARCC or other standardized tests, and to work through the Standards for Mathematical Practice. In this activity, students decide for themselves whether six statements are true/false about a given puzzle. You can the

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This resource is here to help students engage in math talk, practice for the SBAC, PARCC or other standardized tests, and to work through the Standards for Mathematical Practice. In this activity, students decide for themselves whether six statements are true/false about a given puzzle. You can then

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Here's a counting game to go with your Fall or Pumpkin theme. It involves counting to 10, 20, or 30 by ones or skip counting. The game includes math talk cards to encourage students to use math vocabulary. This can be a partner game or you can print off more copies of the second page to make it a sm

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This packet contains 64 accountable talk or thinking stems for classroom discussions. They are made especially with math talk in mind. It is a great way to engage all students in meaningful math talk. It encourages accountable talk and improves student’s communication skills. The questions are usefu

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Discussion stems
(Posters/ Teacher Cheat Sheet)
to help guide Math Discussions.
Available in color & B/W

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These 24 differentiated Math Talk Cars contain questions and sentence starters to help your students practice communicating their ideas about problem solving.

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You are receiving 4 math talk boards (which print 8 1/2 X11) and a set of fabulous finger manipulatives.
These math talk boards provide opportunities to help teach and provide practice of ways to show numbers 1-10. This is a common core math standard in Kindergarten!
Math talk boards included:
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This product are cards that can be used for student Math Talk in small groups, partners, or whole groups. The cards have several math talk sentence starter prompts to get students talking about math! Using these math talk sentence starters helps students more effectively communicate their thinking,

In this resource students must reason about introductory fraction concepts: equal parts, fractions on a number line, equivalence, numerators and denominators and fraction bars. This is aligned to the third grade common core state standards, but would also be appropriate as a review or practice for f

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Engage your students in authentic math talk with these prompts and thinking stems.
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• Display/Posters: Think Like A Mathematician Title and 6 Math Talk Prompts
• Reference Sheet– Includes the same prompts as the posters along with clarifying questions. Can be used as a teacher guide or f

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Math Talks and Warm ups are a great way to start your math lessons. They help with subitizing and fluency. these activities are great for getting brain ready for math.
This unit includes
-Number Cards 1-10
- Domino Cards up to 10
- Dice Cards
- Finger Cards
- Dot Cards up to Ten
- Five Frames
- Te

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Tired of those BECAUSE... answers?! So are we (especially in math)!! Our kiddos need practice answering prompts with complete thoughts so they share their reasoning. We've created this set of math prompts to do just that!
In this packet the prompts are divided into the 4 Common Core strands. Ther

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Is one of your goals to promote evidence-based, accountable talk with your students during math time? Use this poster in your room as a visual reminder to students to support and prove their answers. This poster includes 8 sentence starters to help your students become experts at accountable talk du

A more accessible version of addition and subtraction for the younger grade levels! This would be appropriate for 2nd grade and early 3rd.
This resource is here to help students engage in math talk, practice for the SBAC, PARCC or other standardized tests, and to work through the Standards for Math

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Students must be able to talk about what they know in math. It is super important that they can explain themselves and ask each other questions about their thinking.
One way you can promote math talks in your classroom is you can post stems and questions in your room. Another way could be with the

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This is the second in the multiplication series. After learning about the meaning of multiplication, students will be ready to move on to both single and double digit multiplication in these puzzles. They will work with the traditional algorithm, partial product, area model, and arrays.
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Math talks are a quick 5 minute tool to start your math time. There are 11 different math talks in this set. This can be an insightful activity to see how students think about math. I hope you enjoy these math talks!

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