I completely swoon over anchor charts I see teachers have in their classroom. It's like teacher artwork - haha, but they just aren't practical in my learning support classroom. Sure, I leave up charts and posters that benefit, in some way or another, all students who come to my learning support classroom, but sometimes I need for each of my students to have what anchor charts offer.
At the beginning of this school year, I started making "mini charts" for my students to have at their seat. THEN, I decided to use left over book bin labels I purchased from the Target Dollar Spot, for the mini charts to slide into. This was life changing in my classroom. They are like individualized anchor charts for my students. They use the mini chart that they need and are not distracted by other charts/posters hanging around my classroom, that don't pertain to what they are learning or need further practice with.
These mini charts aren't just for use in a book bin label on a desk. I have had one of my students who attends an inclusion math class, but uses a mini chart in my room for ELA, ask if he could have a label for inside his binder. He keeps his mini chart where he can see it when he opens up his binder, but mini enough that others can't see what he has. These mini charts are also the perfect size to staple, or to hole punch and put on a ring. Both would be easy ways to take them to and from home, as well as to and from different centers in the classroom.
There are 52 math mini charts in this third set. Six mini charts of each topic, per page. These would best be used for those working on Algebra topics.
The Mini Charts include:
- Integers on the Number Line
- Rational Numbers
-Representing Numbers Using Letters
- Order of Operations
- Parts of an Algebraic Expression
- Evaluating Expressions
- Combining Like Terms: One Variable
- Combining Like Terms: Several Variables
- Commutative Property
- Associative Property
- Distributive Property of Multiplication
- The Distributing Property - Factoring
- Writing Equations (option 1)
- Writing Equations (option 2)
- Factoring Expressions
- Solving One-Step Equations
- Solving Equations - More than One Step
- Equations without Numbers: Formulas
- The Pythagorean Theorem
- Multiplying and Dividing Exponents
- Laws of Exponents: Product of Powers
- Laws of Exponents: Quotient of Powers
- Laws of Exponents: Power of a Power
- Laws of Exponents: Power of a Product
- Laws of Exponents: Zero Power
- Laws of Exponents: Negative Power
- Laws of Exponents: Quotient w/a Negative Power
- Laws of Exponents (All)
- Negative Exponents
- Solving One-Step Equations with Fractions
- Perfect Squares
- Square Roots
- Power and Roots
- Non-Perfect Squares
- Perfect Cubes
- Cube Roots
- Scientific Notation (option 1)
- Scientific Notation to Standard Form
- Scientific Notation (option 2)
- Multiplying and Dividing in Scientific Notation
- Adding and Subtracting in Scientific Notation
- Adding and Subtracting Monomials
- Multiplying Monomials
- Dividing Monomials
- Powers of Monomials
- Defining and Naming Polynomials
- Expressions That Aren't Polynomials
- Adding and Subtracting Polynomials
- Degree of a Polynomial
-1 Blank Page
PLEASE CHECK THE PREVIEW TO SEE THEM PRINTED.
You will be receiving these Math Mini Charts as a secured PDF file.
The PDF is secured due to clipart copyright laws.
You can add text boxes to the Blank Page I have also included.
*THESE ARE SIZED TO FIT IN TARGET ADHESIVE SQUARE LABEL POCKETS*
...or any label pocket size 3.5 x 3.5
I always try to use minimal color ink - to try and keep them printer friendly. These can always be printed in a grayscale option. The black and white mini charts look great on colored paper.
If you have any questions, please e-mail me before purchase.
I'm always more than happy to answer any questions.
Want to see this resource and others put to use in my classroom?