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10 Math Boards bundled into one!!

Place Value Board (3 Options/Pages)

Math Traveling Word Problem Board

Math Word Problem Board

Math Vocabulary Graphic Organizer (3 Options/Pages)

Regrouping Board for 2 &3 Digit Addition and Subtraction Word Problems

Regrouping Board for 3 & 4 Digit Addition and Subtraction Word Problems

Regrouping Board

*New- Estimating Addition and Subtraction Problems

Extend the Table

Locating Numbers on a Number Line

Print on card stock or construction paper (use front and back to save paper), laminate, and use dry erase markers. You can buy magnetic mini-board erasers at Target in the dollar section, or you can buy the Dollar Tree version of the “ShamWow”(works the best for laminated sheets) and cut it into squares for each student.

You can differentiate these sheets by filling in more information for students that require more supports to be successful and offering sentence stems for the answer sentence. These graphic organizers are perfect for small group instruction, math centers, reteaching skills, extending the lesson, and state assessment preparation. GT, ELL, ESL, bilingual, special education, general education, and struggling students will happily participate with these lessons! You may change these forms to fit your individual classroom needs; however, please do not copyright the new creation or sell it. I reserve the right to sell this product. Good luck and I hope you have fun teaching with this board!!

Place Value Board

Roll the place value dice and see your students go!! This graphic organizer prompts students to write the number in standard, expanded, and word form; draw the number using place value blocks; round the number to the nearest 10 and 100; decide if the number is odd or even; add and subtract 1, 10, and 100; and write a word problem using the number. There are 3 options/pages to choose from.

Math Traveling Word Problem Board

This math board is unique to traveling word problems. Students complete a modeled diagram of a family traveling from their city of origin, passing through the first city, and will arrive to their destination city. Then, student must restate the question, complete the part to part to whole model, solve the problem using a graph paper like grid, and write the answer in an answer sentence. A space is given for teachers or students to write the word problem on the sheet.

Math Word Problem Board

Students restate the questions, write the facts, model the problem, solve the problem using a graph paper like grid, and write the answer in an answer sentence.

Math Vocabulary Graphic Organizer

Everyone needs a vocabulary graphic organizer to teach math!! This Vocabulary Graphic Organizer is a great resource students may use to help learn their math vocabulary. There are 3 options/pages to choose from. Students must write the definition, write a sentence, give an example and non-example, and draw a picture or symbol that defines each word. Offer students sentence stems when writing their sentences. I offer students a suggestion for the picture/symbol; however, I also allow them to choose the picture/symbol that will mean the most to them.

Regrouping Board for 2 &3 AND 3 & 4 Digit Addition and Subtraction Word Problems

Never worry about teaching this lesson again! Students quickly learn the concept of regrouping 3 and 4 digit addition and subtraction word problems. This graphic organizer prompts students to restate the question, state the facts, decide if the problem is an addition or subtraction problem, model the problem, understand which number goes on top and bottom, draw out the number coloring in existing place value blocks, solve the problem, and write the answer in a number sentence.

Simple Regrouping Board for 2 &3 Digit Addition and Subtraction Problems

This graphic organizer prompts students to decide if the problem is an addition or subtraction problem, compare numbers to understand which number goes on top and bottom, draw out the number coloring in existing place value blocks, and solve the problem.

Estimating 2 &3 Digit Addition and Subtraction Problems

Students quickly learn the concept of estimating 2 and 3 digit addition and subtraction problems and evaluate the reasonableness of their answer. This graphic organizer prompts students to set up the actual problem, estimate the answer, solve the problem, and evaluate the reasonableness of their answer.

Extend the Table

This math board is unique to word problems that require students to extend the table. A space is given for teachers or students to write the word problem on the sheet. Students must restate the question, solve the problem using either a graph paper like grid to model the multiplication problem or show their work on the blank space that is provided, and finally complete the table.

Locating the Number on a Number Line

Students are given two number lines with arrows pointing to the next number, step by step instructions for locating the number on a number line, two guess and check subtraction problem spaces to determine how the numbers are counted by, and a graphing paper area or blank space to work out their problem.

Place Value Board (3 Options/Pages)

Math Traveling Word Problem Board

Math Word Problem Board

Math Vocabulary Graphic Organizer (3 Options/Pages)

Regrouping Board for 2 &3 Digit Addition and Subtraction Word Problems

Regrouping Board for 3 & 4 Digit Addition and Subtraction Word Problems

Regrouping Board

*New- Estimating Addition and Subtraction Problems

Extend the Table

Locating Numbers on a Number Line

Print on card stock or construction paper (use front and back to save paper), laminate, and use dry erase markers. You can buy magnetic mini-board erasers at Target in the dollar section, or you can buy the Dollar Tree version of the “ShamWow”(works the best for laminated sheets) and cut it into squares for each student.

You can differentiate these sheets by filling in more information for students that require more supports to be successful and offering sentence stems for the answer sentence. These graphic organizers are perfect for small group instruction, math centers, reteaching skills, extending the lesson, and state assessment preparation. GT, ELL, ESL, bilingual, special education, general education, and struggling students will happily participate with these lessons! You may change these forms to fit your individual classroom needs; however, please do not copyright the new creation or sell it. I reserve the right to sell this product. Good luck and I hope you have fun teaching with this board!!

Place Value Board

Roll the place value dice and see your students go!! This graphic organizer prompts students to write the number in standard, expanded, and word form; draw the number using place value blocks; round the number to the nearest 10 and 100; decide if the number is odd or even; add and subtract 1, 10, and 100; and write a word problem using the number. There are 3 options/pages to choose from.

Math Traveling Word Problem Board

This math board is unique to traveling word problems. Students complete a modeled diagram of a family traveling from their city of origin, passing through the first city, and will arrive to their destination city. Then, student must restate the question, complete the part to part to whole model, solve the problem using a graph paper like grid, and write the answer in an answer sentence. A space is given for teachers or students to write the word problem on the sheet.

Math Word Problem Board

Students restate the questions, write the facts, model the problem, solve the problem using a graph paper like grid, and write the answer in an answer sentence.

Math Vocabulary Graphic Organizer

Everyone needs a vocabulary graphic organizer to teach math!! This Vocabulary Graphic Organizer is a great resource students may use to help learn their math vocabulary. There are 3 options/pages to choose from. Students must write the definition, write a sentence, give an example and non-example, and draw a picture or symbol that defines each word. Offer students sentence stems when writing their sentences. I offer students a suggestion for the picture/symbol; however, I also allow them to choose the picture/symbol that will mean the most to them.

Regrouping Board for 2 &3 AND 3 & 4 Digit Addition and Subtraction Word Problems

Never worry about teaching this lesson again! Students quickly learn the concept of regrouping 3 and 4 digit addition and subtraction word problems. This graphic organizer prompts students to restate the question, state the facts, decide if the problem is an addition or subtraction problem, model the problem, understand which number goes on top and bottom, draw out the number coloring in existing place value blocks, solve the problem, and write the answer in a number sentence.

Simple Regrouping Board for 2 &3 Digit Addition and Subtraction Problems

This graphic organizer prompts students to decide if the problem is an addition or subtraction problem, compare numbers to understand which number goes on top and bottom, draw out the number coloring in existing place value blocks, and solve the problem.

Estimating 2 &3 Digit Addition and Subtraction Problems

Students quickly learn the concept of estimating 2 and 3 digit addition and subtraction problems and evaluate the reasonableness of their answer. This graphic organizer prompts students to set up the actual problem, estimate the answer, solve the problem, and evaluate the reasonableness of their answer.

Extend the Table

This math board is unique to word problems that require students to extend the table. A space is given for teachers or students to write the word problem on the sheet. Students must restate the question, solve the problem using either a graph paper like grid to model the multiplication problem or show their work on the blank space that is provided, and finally complete the table.

Locating the Number on a Number Line

Students are given two number lines with arrows pointing to the next number, step by step instructions for locating the number on a number line, two guess and check subtraction problem spaces to determine how the numbers are counted by, and a graphing paper area or blank space to work out their problem.

Total Pages

14 pages

Answer Key

N/A

Teaching Duration

30 minutes