Subtraction Anchor Chart

slide09I use anchor charts for a lot of my math lessons.  This student anchor chart template was created for your students to follow along with the conversations when learning about subtraction vocabulary words.  As you teach each word and its meaning, your students will be drawing their representation of the word on their paper.  You can download this template for free {HERE}.

2 Comments

  1. kmpavlov

    I absolutely love the idea of students creating a similar anchor chart just for them! I think parents would love this resource to use at home after students have completed it.

    Thank you for sharing!

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  2. jknutsen

    I love the simple visual that targets all of the various ways I want my students to think when subtracting. I can’t wait for them to use it!!

    Josephine

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