I printed this workmat on card stock and laminated it for students to be able to represent their own strip diagrams to solve an equation. I did not draw the parts inside the rectangle, as there could be more then two parts to equal the whole.
I use this mat for problem solving that involves multi-steps. I tell my students that they need to make the literary connection to the problem. This mat allows them to sort the information without skipping necessary steps.
I use this mat in my bilingual classroom to help students organize information when solving a multi-step problem. I tell my students that making the literary connection with a problem allows them to see all the steps necessary for solving the
I laminated these mats and use them on a daily basis for students to think critically while reading. This mat is great whole class, for team work, or to use individually. It holds each student accountable for writing their own thoughts.
I laminated this mat and use it on a daily basis with my students. This is a great way to ensure students are always thinking critically while reading. Also, by having them write on the mat, it holds them accountable. These mats are great for whole
I laminated this mat and use it with my students to practice using inverse operations. They love being able to use and reuse it and it is a great way for them to understand the relationship between addition and subtraction as well as multiplication