This versatile resource can also be used with interactive notebooks or as notecards for review.
Why use math word walls in your classroom
Word walls have been around for a very long time. We’ve used them in all subject areas, but math word wall are my favorite. My theory is that not all word walls are equal. In order for math word walls to be useful for students, they need to be interactive, include all of the terms related to the unit, AND illustrate the meaning.
Math Word Walls and Anchor Charts are integral to my classroom and math instruction. It led my students to discover concepts by exploring them independently before teaching content. I used them during and throughout mini-lessons, small groups, independent work, and student-led instruction. The math word wall and anchor charts become a consistent resource for students throughout the school year.
How to use MATH WORD WALLS:
Over 15 years ago, I began implementing the math word wall and anchor charts routine. I displayed content a few days before introducing the content. My students consistently used mathematical vocabulary and applied those concepts and terms to problem solve. My students repeatedly scored higher on common grade level assessments and state standardized assessments than other students at the same grade level.
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