Math Partner Success Kit - For Guided Math and Math Workshop

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I am so nervous about teaching just math, but this really helped me streamline my organizational plans. Thank you!
I used this resource at the beginning of the year when introducing guided math stations. Very helpful visuals for my students.



If you are struggling to keep interruptions at bay during small group math instruction, give this toolkit a try. The tools in this kit help develop student independence and resourcefulness rather than dependence on the teacher as the sole provider of solutions. Perfect for classrooms using math centers, guided math, or M.A.T.H. workshop.

The tools in this kit will help you develop Math Triads in your classroom. A math triad is a carefully designed group of students that work together to solve any problems that may arise during the course of your math block each day. To read all the details about Math Triads, visit my blog post here.

This resource is also included in my M.A.T.H. Workshop Starter Kit along with 13 other organizational tools to boost math workshop success in your classroom.


Editable and ready to print versions of each component are included. The editable version is a PowerPoint file.

Math Partner Anchor Chart Header: Boost student buy-in when introducing Math Triads in your classroom by hosting a brainstorm session focused on answering the question, “What do you want your classmates to do/say when collaborating with you during math?”

Math Triad Promises: Use the ideas shared during your brainstorm session to write a “contract” of promises your students plan to keep when collaborating during their math work session.

Three Before Me Poster: A detailed visual aide to remind students how to find solutions without the assistance of an adult.

Meet With The Teacher Poster: A poster to hang beneath your Three Before Me visual. Students who have utilized their Math Triad resources, and still don’t have a solution can sign up to meet with you when you have a moment to spare (small group instruction).

Interested in building a full collection of resources for guided math or math workshop?Click here to see my digital M.A.T.H. Workshop Board.

Click here to see all of my Problem Solving Task Cards.

Click here to see all of my Math In Motion Games.

Click here to see all of my Math Project Based Learning Units.

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