Monday, May 7, 2012

More Math Anchor Charts! Part 1

So I am FINALLY posting these photos that I actually planned on posting a while ago! We have made sooooooo many anchor charts in the past few months and I would LOVE to share them with you!! For each chart, the kids have a corresponding page in their math notebook.

We made this one after we observed what happened when converting measurements.

We made this "Big G" after completing a few capacity activities!

Wall full of charts!!

Stay tuned for part 2, which includes multiplication and division! :)


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  2. Simple and yet speaks to everyday useability & understanding.

  3. Love these anchor charts! I cannot to start making math anchor charts next year too!

    Miss Klohn
    Adventures of a 6th Grade Teacher

  4. I found a post on pinterest that I used in my 3rd grade class when teaching measurement conversions. Remembering that a horse is large and a fly is small..."horse to fly, multiply! fly to horse, divide of course!" (larger unit to smaller unit, multiply! smaller unit to larger unit, divide!) The kids really took to it and I saw/heard them saying it to themselves when converting measurements! :)