We touch on math of this nature in upper elementary at times, so it made sense to produce a resource for it
This is a high-resolution vector-based illustration created in graphic design software. The file looks deceptively simple but packs a lot of information without overwhelming your students. I try to do as much research as possible when creating these so I am pretty confident in the accuracy of the information.
I know middle/junior high school teachers don't normally use anchor charts when teaching math, but this can certainly be utilized as a reference instrument or handout.
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Not a lot of wall space? Want to save paper? Display this on your interactive whiteboard during the lesson. Tell the kids you made it!
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