# Subtraction strategies anchor chart

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### Description Need math strategy posters for kindergarten & first grade math talks? Need the visuals to be clear & concise while prompting various ways to solve addition equations? Grab this set for addition. Great for mini lessons during math workshop and lessons ...or for your math word wall. Consider using them to make an anchor chart too! Each of the problem solving strategies (posters) are complied on to one page as a math tool sheet. Perfect for students to keep in math folders or…

Class of Kinders saved to Kindergarten Teachers

### Anchor charts for math can be a great visual to help students with different math concepts. I'm sharing my best tips to help students get the most out of anchor charts for math. #anchorcharts

Teaching with Kaylee B saved to Elementary Math

### Math Strategies Anchor Chart: Part Part Whole and Number Bonds are awesome for building number sense. Must make anchor chart!

The Daily Alphabet saved to Anchor Charts

### Find engaging Math anchor charts for K-2 along with some great tips for creating and meaningful uses for them in the classroom.

### Math is one of my absolute FAVORITE subjects to teach! I think my favorite thing about math is that it is so universal and that there are so many ways to solve one problem. In…

Maddie Ward saved to Classroom - Math

### Word Problem Anchor Chart: Shows key terms associated with each operation, as well as the steps to solving word problems using CUBES strategy!

Noelle saved to 3,2,1, Teach!

### Math Notebooks in the Primary Grades. When creating anchor charts during whole group lessons, have your students create a mini version of the anchor chart in their notebook. - Lucky Little Learners

Krystal B saved to Anchor Charts

### 2,164 Likes, 38 Comments - Kindergarten Lessons & Ideas (@earlycorelearning) on Instagram: “Check out this anchor chart from @wildaboutfirsties. There are so many great addition strategies…”

Michele Mount saved to K: Math