Thursday, July 26, 2012

Math Anchor Charts

I went to an inservice last summer on Math Workshops and one of the activities we had to do was to, in groups, create an anchor chart on some math topic that we could duplicate with our class.  After everyone made their charts and shared, they were placed on tables in the back for us to look at.  This was last year and I am just now figuring out a way to get the pictures off my phone so that they might actually be useful!  First up is graphing - tally marks and bar graphs:

Numbers, number words and quantities:


Different ways to sort (I love the illustrations on this one!):

Basic addition:  


Different ways to make ten.  I liked this one so much that I made a flip chart for my ActivBoard where you can plug in any number from 0-10.  Get it for free at my TPT store!


I liked that one so much that I tweaked it for Kindergarten and made a flip chart for my ActivBoard where you can plug in any number from 0-10.  Click this image to get it for free at my TPT store!


Ok back to the charts...Comparing numbers - More and fewer:


Patterns (I really like how this tells all the different things you can use to make a pattern):

And subtraction:

Ok, this one was a little different.  The people who made it said to make it on a paper grocery bag and hang it from a hanger that has clips on it.  Then each kiddo can make their own on a paper lunch sack and place manipulatives inside.  LOVE this idea!  It makes the aspect of an anchor chart so much more engaging and personal.  

Well there you go!  It only took me a year, but now these wonderful ideas have finally left my phone and will hopefully be useful to someone!  Thank you to all those people who made these wonderful charts!



1 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for the info on creating math charts! i like the grocery bag idea :)

    http://mspasquakinder.blogspot.com

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Thursday, July 26, 2012

Math Anchor Charts

Posted by Jennifer Winters at 4:59 AM
I went to an inservice last summer on Math Workshops and one of the activities we had to do was to, in groups, create an anchor chart on some math topic that we could duplicate with our class.  After everyone made their charts and shared, they were placed on tables in the back for us to look at.  This was last year and I am just now figuring out a way to get the pictures off my phone so that they might actually be useful!  First up is graphing - tally marks and bar graphs:

Numbers, number words and quantities:


Different ways to sort (I love the illustrations on this one!):

Basic addition:  


Different ways to make ten.  I liked this one so much that I made a flip chart for my ActivBoard where you can plug in any number from 0-10.  Get it for free at my TPT store!


I liked that one so much that I tweaked it for Kindergarten and made a flip chart for my ActivBoard where you can plug in any number from 0-10.  Click this image to get it for free at my TPT store!


Ok back to the charts...Comparing numbers - More and fewer:


Patterns (I really like how this tells all the different things you can use to make a pattern):

And subtraction:

Ok, this one was a little different.  The people who made it said to make it on a paper grocery bag and hang it from a hanger that has clips on it.  Then each kiddo can make their own on a paper lunch sack and place manipulatives inside.  LOVE this idea!  It makes the aspect of an anchor chart so much more engaging and personal.  

Well there you go!  It only took me a year, but now these wonderful ideas have finally left my phone and will hopefully be useful to someone!  Thank you to all those people who made these wonderful charts!



1 comments on "Math Anchor Charts"

Miss Pasqua on July 26, 2012 at 6:41 AM said...

Thanks so much for the info on creating math charts! i like the grocery bag idea :)

http://mspasquakinder.blogspot.com

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