This Language of Math poster has helped my Algebra students so much over the years. One of the hardest things in Algebra - or any math course, really - are word problems. Once students see that word problems can be directly translated into symbols, and that those symbols turn into solvable equations, Algebra really starts to make sense! I made this Language of Math poster to help students translate word problems into equations to solve. Here is the version I printed for my classroom:
Based on Manoj Mistry excellent Mathonopoly idea, this is an adapted version I've made. The questions are designed for Year 7 students being introduced to solving equations. I&'ve also created some humerous chance and community chest cards (a.
This set of addition and subtraction equation searches is a fun and unique way for kids to practice their math skills! This set focuses on addition and subtraction within and is perfect for kindergarten and first grade.
Balancing Equations FREE Assessment (The Reading Corner)
This is a great book mark that shows all the properties of numbers and some valuable equations. It would be great for students at the abstract level with these concepts who just need a quick reminder. Simply print the book mark, cut it out, and hand out!