Math Anchor Charts

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My Math Resources - FREE Rows and Columns Bulletin Board Poster

This rows & columns bulletin board poster is a cute addition to ANY classroom! Free middle school math classroom decor that will help your students learn the difference between rows and column…

Factoring Quadratics using the Box Method Foldable

Math Equals Love | Math Teaching Blog by Sarah Carter

Unit 2 in Algebra 2 was a HUGE one! Next year, I will definitely break this into tinier units for my sanity! Like I've been saying in all of these posts, this year's notebook pages are a mix of old and new. You should see some pages for the first time and others you've seen a million times before. Check out my Algebra 2 learning goals for this year here. I wanted to emphasize to my students that factoring isn't something to be afraid of! By the time they get to Algebra 2, the distributive…

Mrs. Rory Yakubov’s Instagram photo: “💜 My solving absolute value equations anchor chart totally helped my students! 💜”

121 Likes, 7 Comments - Mrs. Rory Yakubov (@iteachalgebra) on Instagram: “💜 My solving absolute value equations anchor chart totally helped my students! 💜”

MathQED

MathQED is a Math edutainment social network where 24/7 online Math help is available for students, parents & teachers by chat, forum, question & answer.

This idea came from Sarah when I saw her quadratic formula template . I teach this topic a little different so I modified it to fit the m...

Quadratic Formula Dry Erase Template

This idea came from Sarah when I saw her quadratic formula template. I teach this topic a little different so I modified it to fit the method I use in the classroom. Below you will notice with more time I have changed these templates again to hopefully make them more understandable to my students. Sarah's Original: Modified Version 1: Modified Version 2: Examples of Student Work: If you would like to download the files you can find them below: Sarah's Original My Modified Version 1 My…

Types of Angle Pairs Posters - Math Classroom Decor

These eye-catching bulletin board posters will help your students identify the types of angle pairs and will look GREAT on your math word wall with your anchor charts. Having a constant reminder on the wall is a great tool to help your class memorize the different types of angle pairs. This is a l...

Features of Function Graphs - MathBitsNotebook(A1 - CCSS Math)

MathBitsNotebook Algebra 1 CCSS Lessons and Practice is free site for students (and teachers) studying a first year of high school algebra.

Anchor Chart Toolkit for Polygons, Triangles, Lines, and Angles

Anchor charts play an important role in the classroom. They make thinking visible by recording content, skills, strategies, processes, cues, and guidelines during the learning process. Posting anchor charts around the room keeps relevant and current learning accessible to students. They remind the...

Linear Relationships and the Slope Through Two Points

For the last couple of weeks we have been working on Finding the Slope of a Line and the Rate of Change in Linear Relationships. I have bee...

Slope Triangles

Here is another post that has been in my drafts since March. Oh my! Thank goodness I have summer to sit down and share these with you. Enjoy:) This was the first time I have taught slope triangles. Actually, and don't judge me, I've never given them any time in my curriculum. That changed this year as I decided to spend several days working with them in my Pre-Algebra 8th grade classes. We started our unit with Fawn Nguyen's awesome lesson using staircases to begin our discussion of slope. I…

Probability Anchor Chart

A blog with classroom tips and ideas, teacher mentoring, educational resources, and classroom practices for elementary and middle grades.

Shape Clubs! - The Primary Gal

Last week, I wrapped up my unit on shapes. More specifically, shape hierarchy. My kids had a good basis for shapes and terminology such as opposite angles and parallel lines but couldn’t connect how some shapes could be classified in more than one category. I mean, is it just me, or is this a difficult concept to understand? Tell me I’m not alone! I decided that the easiest way to make the connection for them would be to use “clubs”. It was something that was easily relatable to them. I…