Special Activities Schedule
 The math charts are photos of the charts that are hanging on the wall in the classroom.  They are designed to help students remember the steps or process needed to solve various problems.  Some charts show how to calculate answers with or without a calculator.  On some charts the color plays an important part in helping students visualize the chart especially when that chart is not available.  Key words play a role in how the charts are organized.  For example, many charts involving fractions can be found under F.  When students want help in knowing how to use the divisibility rules, they would look under D for divisibility.



Answer
Angles
Area
Capacity
Congruent
Circle
Decimals
Divisibility
Fractions


Graphs

Length and Width

Mean, Median, Mode, etc

Number Line

Order of Operations
"of" problems

Prime and Composite
Place Value
Perimeter
Positive and Negative #s
Percent

Rounding Off

Strategies
Subtraction
Square Root
Similar
Volume

weight
whole

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Last Modified: Jan 26, 2012
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