2 Great Math Graphic Organizers
Locating the Number on a Number Line
Students are given two number lines with arrows pointing to the next number, step by step instructions for locating the number on a number line, two guess and check subtraction problem spaces to determine how the numbers are counted by, and a graphing paper area or blank space to work out their problem.
Extend the Table
This math board is unique to word problems that require students to extend the table. A space is given for teachers or students to write the word problem on the sheet. Students must restate the question, solve the problem using either a graph paper like grid to model the multiplication problem or show their work on the blank space that is provided, and finally complete the table.
Print on card stock or construction paper (use front and back to save paper), laminate, and use dry erase markers. You can buy magnetic mini-board erasers at Target in the dollar section, or you can buy the Dollar Tree version of the “ShamWow”(works the best for laminated sheets) and cut it into squares for each student.
You can differentiate these sheets by filling in more information for students that require more supports to be successful and offering sentence stems for the answer sentence. These graphic organizers are perfect for small group instruction, math centers, reteaching skills, extending the lesson, and state assessment preparation. GT, ELL, ESL, bilingual, special education, general education, and struggling students will happily participate with these lessons! You may change these forms to fit your individual classroom needs; however, please do not copyright the new creation or sell it. I reserve the right to sell this product. Good luck and I hope you have fun teaching with this board!!