Math Operations Vocabulary Poster

Item: 154817

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Math Concepts + Vocabulary = A Great Learning Tool

This poster puts the concepts of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division into words. It lists the parts of basic equations and their associated symbols so students can see how the parts work together.

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  • 24" by 19" diecut, laminated poster
  • Reproducible on back

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Reviewed by 3 Customers
1 Star

Not accurate

Subtraction is: minuend - subtrahend = difference If it's a supposed vocabulary poster then it should have the appropriate vocabulary
By Elizabeth Shepard from , NC
5 Stars

Excellent way to teach math vocabulary.

This is a great reference material for my fourth graders, and for me! When I was educated there wasn't a lot of emphasis on math vocabulary. This poster reminds me to use math vocabulary. When we read math instructions that use the academic vocabulary, I remind students to look at this poster so they can comprehend the mathematical tasks requested.
By Marilyn from Lockwood, CA
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5 Stars

An Amazing Tool!

This is an awesome product. I invested in many RGS products to support Math Instruction for my English Language Learners. This helps students to understand the Academic Vocabulary and is a chart I would refer to on a regular basis. I purchased this for 3rd grade teachers, but it supports 4th and 5th graders as well. It helps students understand Fact families, and can be used for test prep as many ELLs struggle with choosing an operation for word problems. There is a reproducible sheet on the back to add to students Math or Homework folders. It is a very inexpensive investment, and I would recommend it for 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade teachers as well as Resource and Multi-grade Special Ed. classrooms.
By Mimi G. from , LO
About Me: Casual Reader