# Math Anchor Charts

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Math Anchor Charts. Get inspired and try out new things.

### How many times have you been cooking and need to know how many pints are in a gallon? Or how many cups to a pint? Off the top of your head can you remember how many cups are in a gallon? I can always remember 4 quarts to a gallon and 2 cups to a pint, but after that I start to confuse myself and have to go look it up. Not anymore! Here is a great free printable for you that solves the problem. Enjoy!

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kelly smith saved to school

### Using anchor charts in secondary looks a little different than in elementary, so check out these tips for successfully using anchor charts in 9-12.

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Tori Elder saved to Teaching Resources

### Teaching geometry can be FUN! Take a look at these geometry videos, books, anchor charts, activities, games, and freebies! Perfect for 1st and 2nd grade!

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Maria Brooking saved to Teacher Ideas

### The Second Grade Superkids ...Adventures in a Dual Language Classroom

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Michelle Stanziale saved to SPANISH Learning

### Making Your Charts I love to get inspiration from Pinterest for anchor charts. Check out my board here if you need some inspiration. It’s easy to get overwhelmed by the artistic cuteness of some pin worthy anchor charts though. So, keep in mind the purpose of an anchor chart is to provide learners with a […]

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Jeanne Carter saved to classroom ideas

### Hi teacher friends! This has been a busy month! I just want to share a few of the anchor charts we've been making in math. The kids help decide what to include and I do the writing. We're working on multiplication right now... After we make the big chart together, they copy it down in their math journals. They've been going a great job and really enjoy referring back to their journals when needed. Once they realized that I will occasionally let them use their journals during quizzes, their…

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Alex Posner saved to Classroom

### These are my go-to back to school math anchor charts that establish norms and expectations for math instruction for the entire year.

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dorca may saved to Math Tricks

### First grade anchor charts are great tools for reminding kids about concepts in math, writing, spelling, science, and more! Check out these great ideas.

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Brooke Menning saved to Classroom