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I recently found a pin about creating a math poster all about numbers. I modified it to meet the needs of my students. Here is my take on it:
The original pin can be found HERE
I have added this poster to our morning meeting. As a group we take turns putting the different parts up. The students really like it and it gives them a lot of practice counting, making sets and working towards being flexible in their thinking. My kiddos are really struggling with before and after, so I think I am going to add a number line at the bottom.
You can easily add a language component to this interactive math poster. We work on answering WH questions with it. For example, I might ask a student, "Who put up the number of the day?" or "Is today's number 8?" to work on yes/no questions. You can also target labeling peers with fill in sentences like, "This is....?" and then label what the student is doing.
If you want to add a requesting component, you can students can request taking a turn, a number to put up, different shaped items to velcro on, different colored dry erase markers to tall with, etc. The possibilities are endless!
Here are the materials I used to make the poster:
The mittens and circles I made from assorted clip art that I own.
Do you have an interactive math poster in your class?