Anchor Charts

All our math anchor charts, primarily for third through fifth grade math. Multiplication, division, classroom data wall, and more.

Multiplication Anchor Chart: Teaching Multi-Digit Multiplication to Students

Today I’m sharing my multi-digit multiplication anchor chart for fifth graders that I use to help teach three-digit by two-digit multiplication. Multi-digit Multiplication Is A Hard Concept My class this year has missed quite a few prerequisite skills before reaching fifth grade. And let me tell you, in Texas, fifth-grade math is tough! This is …

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FAST Math Problem Solving Anchor Chart: Fast, Action, Solve, Thinking

My students have always struggled with word problems. I just can’t understand why, but they do. My school district came up with a problem solving method very similar to thi FAST method. However, I tweaked it a little bit to allow it to fit to the needs of my students. At the beginning, the kids …

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Measurement Anchor Chart for Liquid and Weight Third Grade

When it comes to teaching measurement to third graders, I think it is one of the easiest concepts for the students to understand. However, each year, my students prove me wrong! We review, I think they are doing great, and then when they are tested, they don’t do well. I have spent many hours trying …

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Area And Perimeter Anchor Chart for Third Grade Classroom

Today, I want to share with you my area and perimeter anchor chart and how it’s helped teach my third-grade math students the concept. Area and Perimeter: Difficult to Differentiate for Third Graders In third grade, my students have such a hard time distinguishing the difference between area and perimeter. This is the first time …

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Rounding Anchor Chart for Third Grade Math Classroom

I love this rounding anchor chart I have hanging in my classroom.  Why, you ask? Rounding numbers might be one of the hardest modules for my third graders. They have so much trouble understanding the entire concept of “rounding a number to a nearby value.” Not to mention, third grade is the first year they …

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Classroom Rules Anchor Chart: 10 Rules of Math for Teacher Classroom

I’m sure some of you have seen the Ten Commandments of Math if you’ve searched around Pinterest enough.  It’s a super cute list of commandments tailored to math classrooms.  Since they didn’t all fit great with my third grade math classroom needs, I created my own version of this classroom rules anchor chart. I call …

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