This is the first flipchart of math talks in a series of math talk flipcharts.
In this flipchart, there are varying Mental Math problems, patterns to describe, and riddles. Providing different kinds of math talk problems in this way allows more students to engage with math -- a student who doesn't engage with mental math problems might engage with a riddle or picture instead.
This flipchart follows the order of my 'Daily Math Talk Prompts', which is a resource you can grab for free from my store!
Suggestions for Use:
-I keep the students' work on the board and save it to my flipchart. Then when it's time for conferences or observations, I have student work at my fingertips.
-I also label each slide with the class & date at the end of the day to keep things organized.
-I use a different color for each student and write their name on the document in the same color to keep track of who shared what. It also helps the other students refer back to what their peers have said.
-If you need to use this flipchart for multiple classes, like me, you can copy and paste each slide however many times you need to have one for each class
-For students I trust, they are allowed to come to the board and write on the flipchart themselves. I use this as a privilege they need to earn.