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Mrs. Math Geek: 7th Grade Math Anchor Charts

number anchor chart. I love how this includes all the concepts from the shape to addition. Must make these for the classroom.

Kindergarten math greater than less than anchor chart

### Math Tip Monday - Back to School - Anchor Charts

Math Tip Monday - Back to School - Anchor Charts plus an Anchor Chart FREEBIE!! Number representations for numbers 1 - 10.

### Multiplication Strategies Anchor Chart / Posters

Multiplication anchor charts | Multiplication Strategies (array, equal groups, repeated addition, and number line)

*** FREE*** Make Your Own Number Sense Anchor Charts 1-10 for preschool, pre-K and Kindergarten.

### Number Anchor Charts

Numbers 1-20 Anchor Charts (color and black and white).

### Math Anchor Charts: Number Sense

These Number Sense Anchor Charts are a perfect complement to any math curriculum.Includes: Numbers 1-20 with multiple representations, Five Frame/Ten Frame Charts, Greater Than/Less Than/Equal, Even/Odd, Tally Marks, Skip Counting, & Number Line

Brownie Points: FREE Number Anchor Chart

Cute math anchor…LOVE the idea of hanging them from blinds! I always keep mine closed anyway:)

### Number Anchor Charts

Number Anchor Charts (1-10) This unit contains 2 sets of anchor charts for numbers 1-10 (I hope to add numbers 11-20 by the end of January). The first set is black and white and the second is colored. Happy Teaching :) If you like this resource, you may like my other Math worksheets and activities or Math centers and gamesFollow me on Facebook for exclusive freebies and giveaways!Follow me on PinterestVisit my blog

### Teacher Stuff: Math Chart Share!!

Here’s an update on this year:1) I am still in 1st grade, but with an entirely new team. It has been a little weird and overwhelming at times, but it’s getting

Multiplication anchor chart

Rainbow Combinations to 10 Freebie offered by "A Cupcake for the Teacher."

Teach this poem to class as a way of remebering the steps in subtracting numbers. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

1.6A Audience: First Grade. Behavior: Classify 2-dimensional shapes using informal geometric language. Condition: Ancho Chart. I would introduce some familiar 2D shapes and ask the students to identify how many sides and vertices using an anchor chart.