Mental Math Strategy Anchor Charts + A6 Flip Cards (Addition and Subtraction)
A set of 27 A4 highly appealing anchor charts, with examples, to use as a teaching tool to support modelling and for display in your class.
This set includes the strategies to assist students in basic fact recall as well as strategies for adding and subtracting larger numbers. Examples range from adding 1 digit numbers up to 3 digit numbers. A huge range of mental maths anchor charts which cater for the younger learner and older students.
Included are posters that are essentially the same strategy but can often be found to be called different things– choose and use the ones that apply to your school and your class!
N.B Not all of the different names are covered in this set!
PLUS detailed teaching notes about essential teaching points and strategies when teaching Mental Maths.
PLUS make each student a flip book of Addition and Subtraction strategies which they can refer to easily. Each strategy is also available in a 10cm x 14cm card. Complete with instructions to put together.
Included are A4 posters and A6 cards of the following strategies –
Count On 0, 1, 2 or 3
Count Back 0 1, 2 or 3
Make to 10
Near Doubles + 1, 2, 3
Near Doubles – 1, 2 ,3
Add and Take 0
Compensate (Separate Addition and Subtraction Posters)
Jump (Separate Addition and Subtraction Posters)
Split (Separate Addition and Addition Posters)
PLUS a poster showing Part-Part-Whole and a poster on standard and non-standard partitioning!
Multiplication and Division Mental Math Strategy Posters
Grade 4 Speed Mental Maths
Kings and Legends – Year 3/4 Mental Maths Strategy and Fluency Game
Kings and Legends – Grade 5/6 Mental Maths Strategy and Fluency Game
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