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I make Math Anchor Charts to help students, new and experienced teachers, and homeschool educators focus on core Math concepts. Check out my Facebook page (https://m.facebook.com/CarabungaTeaching) for offers -- sometimes I ask for some teacher volunteers to look over my products before publishing, and they get the final draft free!

I make Math Anchor Charts to help students, new and experienced teachers, and homeschool educators focus on core Math concepts. Check out my Facebook page (https://m.facebook.com/CarabungaTeaching) for offers -- sometimes I ask for some teacher volunteers to look over my products before publishing, and they get the final draft free!
Subtraction Infographic Anchor Chart
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Subtraction Infographic Anchor Chart

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This Subtraction Infographic Anchor Chart gives an overview of the core concepts of subtraction (i.e., taking away, comparing, using place value and base ten blocks to subtract, etc.). It can help: -educators new to a grade that need to identify the main points of subtraction -educators that need a review or reference for subtraction -students with autism and other learners that benefit from visual aids -the whole class -parents that want to support their child’s learning and help them study subtraction at home, but don’t know how -parents that are homeschooling their children How can you use them? -As a reference guide for yourself -Distribute in class for a quick reference guide to go into duotangs or student folders -Send home to parents with newsletters to show what is being addressed this week/ month -Send home at the beginning of a unit -As a springboard for further research (if you should so desire)
Addition Infographic Anchor Chart
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Addition Infographic Anchor Chart

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This Addition Infographic Anchor Chart gives an overview of the core concepts of addition (e.g., part-part-whole, joining, using expanded and place value forms to add). It can help: -educators new to a grade that need to identify the main points of addition -educators that need a review or reference for addition -students with autism and other learners that benefit from visual aids -the whole class -parents that want to support their child’s learning and help them study addition at home, but don’t know how -parents that are homeschooling their children How can you use them? -As a reference guide for yourself -Distribute in class for a quick reference guide to go into duotangs or student folders -Send home to parents with newsletters to show what is being addressed this week/ month -Send home at the beginning of a unit -As a springboard for further research (if you should so desire)
Multiplication and Division Anchor Chart Bundle
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Multiplication and Division Anchor Chart Bundle

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This Multiplication and Division Infographic Anchor Chart Mini Bundle includes a quick overview of the core concepts of multiplication, division, and how they are related but different operations. It can help: -educators new to a grade that need to identify the main points of multiplication and division -educators that need a review or reference for these math concepts -students with autism and other learners that benefit from visual aids -the whole class -parents that want to support their child’s learning and help them study multiplication and division at home, but don’t know how -parents that are homeschooling their children How can you use them? -As a reference guide for yourself -Distribute in class for a quick reference guide to go into duotangs or student folders -Send home to parents with newsletters to show what is being addressed this week/ month -Send home at the beginning of a unit -As a springboard for further research (if you should so desire)
Multiplication vs. Division Infographic Anchor Chart
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Multiplication vs. Division Infographic Anchor Chart

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This Multiplication and Division Infographic Anchor Chart gives a quick overview of the core concepts of multiplication and division and how they are related but different. It can help: -educators new to a grade that need to identify how multiplication and division differ -educators that need a review or reference for these math concepts -students with autism and other learners that benefit from visual aids -the whole class -parents that want to support their child’s learning and help them study at home, but don’t know how -parents that are homeschooling their children How can you use them? -As a reference guide for yourself -Distribute in class for a quick reference guide to go into duotangs or student folders -Send home to parents with newsletters to show what is being addressed this week/ month -Send home at the beginning of a unit -As a springboard for further research (if you should so desire)
Division Infographic Anchor Chart
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Division Infographic Anchor Chart

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This Division Infographic Anchor Chart gives a quick overview of the core concepts of division. It can help: -educators new to a grade that need to identify the main points of division -educators that need a review or reference for division -students with autism and other learners that benefit from visual aids -the whole class -parents that want to support their child’s learning and help them study division at home, but don’t know how -parents that are homeschooling their children How can you use them? -As a reference guide for yourself -Distribute in class for a quick reference guide to go into duotangs or student folders -Send home to parents with newsletters to show what is being addressed this week/ month -Send home at the beginning of a unit -As a springboard for further research (if you should so desire)
2D Geometry Anchor Chart
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2D Geometry Anchor Chart

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This printable anchor chart addresses the key concepts of 2D Geometry (i.e., classifying shapes, describing triangles and quadrilaterals, etc.). It’s great for revision! It can help: -educators new to a grade that need to identify the main points of 2D Geometry -educators that need a review or reference for these math concepts -students with autism and other learners that benefit from visual aids -the whole class -parents that want to support their child’s learning and help them study 2D Geometry at home, but don’t know how -parents that are homeschooling their children How can you use them? -As a reference guide for yourself -Distribute in class for a quick reference guide to go into duotangs or student folders -Send home to parents with newsletters to show what is being addressed this week/ month -Send home at the beginning of a unit -As a springboard for further research (if you should so desire)
3D Geometry Anchor Chart
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3D Geometry Anchor Chart

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This anchor chart addresses the core concepts of 3D Geometry (i.e., Part of a polyhedron, prisms vs. pyramids, properties of polyhedrons, etc.). It’s great for revision of 3D Geometry! It can help: -educators new to a grade that need to identify the main points of 3D Geometry -educators that need a review or reference for these math concepts -students with autism and other learners that benefit from visual aids -the whole class -parents that want to support their child’s learning and help them study 3D Geometry at home, but don’t know how -parents that are homeschooling their children How can you use them? -As a reference guide for yourself -Distribute in class for a quick reference guide to go into duotangs or student folders -Send home to parents with newsletters to show what is being addressed this week/ month -Send home at the beginning of a unit -As a springboard for further research (if you should so desire)
Transformational Geometry Anchor Chart
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Transformational Geometry Anchor Chart

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This anchor chart addresses the key concepts of Transformational Geometry (i.e., translations, rotations, reflections, etc.). It can help: -educators new to a grade that need to identify the main points of Transformational Geometry -educators that need a review or reference for these math concepts -students with autism and other learners that benefit from visual aids -the whole class -parents that want to support their child’s learning and help them study Transformational Geometry at home, but don’t know how -parents that are homeschooling their children How can you use them? -As a reference guide for yourself -Distribute in class for a quick reference guide to go into duotangs or student folders -Send home to parents with newsletters to show what is being addressed this week/ month -Send home at the beginning of a unit -As a springboard for further research (if you should so desire)
Multiplication Infographic Anchor Chart
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Multiplication Infographic Anchor Chart

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This Multiplication Infographic Anchor Chart gives a quick overview for the core concepts of multiplication. It can help: -educators new to a grade that need to identify the main points of multiplication -educators that need a review or reference for multiplication -students with autism and other learners that benefit from visual aids -the whole class -parents that want to support their child’s learning and help them study multiplication at home, but don’t know how -parents that are homeschooling their children How can you use them? -As a reference guide for yourself -Distribute in class for a quick reference guide to go into duotangs or student folders -Send home to parents with newsletters to show what is being addressed this week/ month -Send home at the beginning of a unit -As a springboard for further research (if you should so desire)