# Word problem anchor chart

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Word Problem Anchor Chart: Shows key terms associated with each operation, as well as the steps to solving word problems using CUBES strategy!

Tips for teaching 2nd graders how to solve different types of word problems for CCSS 2.OA.A.1. Includes lesson structure, anchor chart ideas, and work ideas.

I am a fourth grade teacher who loves to make anchor charts for elementary teachers. All anchor charts are hand drawn and written out by me. You can also message me for any requests you have, I can make anything!

Wanted: Anchor Chart for choosing the correct operation for problem-solving As my students and I discuss problem-solving, I have been looking for the “exact right” anchor chart as a visible reference for choosing the correct operation. I’ve seen anchor charts that address addition vs. subtraction or multiplication vs division but not one that includes all four operations. Then… I was viewing a video on YouTube called, “Introduction to The Bar Model (Strip Diagram) - Math Problem Solving…

An article with an explanation on how to teach with numberless word problems. The activities provided are designed for students in K-2, and a numberless word problems PDF with 13 worksheets is provided for FREE!

5 tips for teaching math word problems in a primary classroom.

To master math word problems, students need word problem solving strategies that go beyond circling numbers and underlining keywords.

Here are some of my math anchor charts. Some Ideas I got from pinterest, some are just things that go with the curriculum, and others are things the kids need for the ISAT and can't seem to remember, ha ha. Here they are; all on the wall, above the high frequency word wall and vocabulary word wall. You gotta love Chicago Public Schools and the demand for word walls. But, the kids do actually put the words to use, if they are trained in how to use them. But... back to math. Mean, Median and…