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Do you teach your students about growth mindset? Are you aware of the benefits of using positive affirmations? Combine these two powerful approaches and transform student achievement!  Easy to use for teachers and super beneficial for students, these 22 affirmation posters for use on a growth mindset bulletin board and corresponding cards will challenge your students thinking about their abilities and their potential.

Do you teach your students about growth mindset? Are you aware of the benefits of using positive affirmations? Combine these two powerful approaches and transform student achievement! Easy to use for teachers and super beneficial for students, these 22 a

No regrouping!!!

A cute trick to avoid regrouping and borrowing when subtracting something from a power of ten or multiple

Comparing Fractions anchor chart

Comparing Fractions anchor chart - This is confusing, so it would be great to have students draw illustrations and discuss why these rules work.

Divisibility Rules anchor chart

Divisibility rules poster great for a math word wall or as a reference in a student's binder.

A sorting foldable for Earth Day. English and Spanish

A sorting foldable for Earth Day. Could be used for math teaching to sort and count by quantitative and qualitative.

Place Value. I periodically go into home depot and lowes and steal paint swatches. I know, I'm such a rebel. The workers are always cool with it once I explain. You can also ask for last years left over samples.

Place Value Paint Samples. could make this larger to add places. Going to have to get the paint chips with more colors to make bigger numbers. Would be great help for my students who still struggle with place value.

This is a visual poem to help students understand how subtraction works. The poem seems to rhyme, which can also make it easier for students to understand or remember.  There are arrows pointing to the numbers to help students as well. - Lauren Davy

grade- Teaching Subtraction with regrouping-The poem's fine, but check out the dance moves/actions to go with it! This is a fantastic idea for teaching regrouping. Wish I was teaching Grade