### Addition & Subtraction strategies anchor chart.

Anna Sweitzer

Enhance your math lessons with these effective anchor chart ideas that will help students grasp key concepts and improve problem-solving skills. Explore now!

Addition & Subtraction strategies anchor chart.

Anna Sweitzer

I am loving this anchor chart from @theprimaryparty. There are some great visuals and tools for both addition and subtraction.

Early Core Learning: Kindergarten Common Core Lessons

If you find your head spinning when you think about all the addition strategies that you should be teaching, you are certainly not alone. Although teaching addition is one of the most important math concepts

Amy Plant

Well first off my little bloggy venture with Ffion from The First Grade Jungle is up! Please go check it out and enter in our giveaway! We are super excited about it! Second, since I have been absent for sometime now I figured I would catch you up and unload everything I have been storing on my camera. This means picture overload! Sorry. Generating Questions before reading (inspired by The Inspired Apple) Character Glove thanks to inspiration from Debbie Diller. I use this during small group…

WeAreTeachers

Allow your students to build confidence in using math strategies for counting, addition, and subtraction. Use these strategies posters to teach your students each strategy, and then to post around the classroom as a reminder for students while they are working on math. Great visuals to help them learn and use math strategies.

Education to the Core

Upper elementary test prep resources, ideas, activities, anchor charts, and motivators to make test prep engaging.

Jeani Guenther

Solving math problems anchor chart...fingers are mainly kindergarten (and a bit in the beginning of first)

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Amber Stiles

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Alison Birzes

Learn 6 different addition math strategies you can use with your students, especially 1st graders and 2nd graders, all year long!

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