Greetings Fellow Mathematicians!
To assist in these strange times, we have created a series of STUDENT ANCHOR CHARTS.
This is a sample.
The actual charts are linked below.
The Student Anchor Charts are designed to allow you to differentiate student learning remotely.
1. Just as you would in the classroom, use your teacher judgment of each child’s current level of understanding to select each child’s Anchor Chart. For example, for Child A you may select PV 11 – Standard and non-standard place value of twenties numbers; for Child B you may select PV 15 – Standard and non-standard place value of three-digit numbers; and for Child C you may select PV 18 – – Standard and non-standard place value of four-digit numbers; etc.
2. Give each child their anchor chart. If it is not possible to provide the child with the resources they need, they may substitute numbers recorded on paper for playing cards, cut up pieces of paper for counters, and blocks, etc.
3. Each child is now able to continue to investigate mathematical concepts at just beyond their current level of understanding.
Links to Student Anchor Charts – we have provided these as word documents to allow you to edit them, separate into single pages, etc.
1. Standard and Non-standard Place Value of Teen, Twenties, and Two-digit numbers
2. Standard and Non-standard Place Value of Three-digit Numbers – may also be used as a model for four-digit and five-digit numbers
3. Multiplicative Place Value of Whole Numbers, Tenths and Hundredths
4. Multiplicative, Standard and Non-standard Place Value of Whole Numbers and Numbers with Decimals
Addition and Subtraction:
1. Add and Subtract Single-digit Numbers using Counters – Formal and Informal Recording
2. Add and Subtract Single-digit Numbers Counting by 1s on a Number Line
3. Add and Subtract a Single-digit Number Bridging Any Decade, 20 and 10
4. Add and Subtract 10s Numbers using Place Value and Counting by 10s
5. Add and Subtract 10s and Two-digit Numbers using Place Value and Counting by 10s
6. Add and Subtract Two-, Three-, Four-, Five-digit Numbers using Place Value and Compensation
7. Add and Subtract Numbers with decimals using Place Value and Compensation
MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION
1. Divide in 2 Ways – into ‘Groups of …’ and into ‘… Equal Groups’
2. Divide By 2 in 2 Ways, Relate to Halving, Record Informally
3. Divide into Groups of 2, 5, 10 – Find Total using Skip Counting
4. Divide into Arrays, Describe using Multiplication and Division
5. Divide By 2 in 2 Ways, Record Formally
6. Multiply and Divide by 2 Related to Halving, 4 Related to Quartering, 3 Related to Thirding, 5 Related to Fifthing, 9 Related to Ninthing, 6 Related to Sixthing, 8 Related to Eighthing, 7 Related to Seventhing, using Multiplicative Thinking
7. Highest Common Factor and Equivalent Division Calculations, using Multiplicative Thinking
8. Divisibility Tests for 2, 4, 8; 5, 10; 9, 3; and 6 using Multiplicative Thinking
9. Divide Remainders to Create Fractions using Multiplicative Thinking
10. Multiply Two-digit Numbers using Multiplicative Thinking
11. Multiply and Divide Decimals using Multiplicative Thinking