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Aha moment with thinking maps in math: brace map for part-part-whole, tree map for shapes, double bubble map to compare 2 shapes

Thinking Maps :: I began using these last year with great results! We loved using them to organize our thinking and they became an important part of our classroom toolkit. I'm looking forward to using them from the start this year.

Math / Algebra – Double Bubble Map: Expression vs. Equation | Southwestern Middle School's Thinking Maps

Thinking Maps - this would be a great reference sheet for students.

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Math and Thinking Maps

Thinking Maps help students to organize their thinking and to dig a little deeper into their learning. I LOVE using these maps in my classroom and have seen SUCH a difference in student comprehension of stories, skills, and concepts. This resource includes:- A teacher cheat sheet of the name of each map and a short description- A description of each map and its possible uses- Depth and complexity icons- Sample maps for all 8 Thinking Maps- Maps for comprehension skills, grammar skills…

Using our thinking with our Thinking Maps--like how they took the posters and added (test) vocabulary to them to explain their purposes.

Flow map math division- area model + thinking maps = SUPER easy for students! :)

For my second grade teacher friends.....since MONEY is not a 1st grade standard in Common Core! Yeah!!! Though...I'll still be teaching it! money thinking map

How to Find the Area- Sequencing thinking map (picture only)

Math About Me, a perfect back to school activity for getting to know you through math! Students complete a math autobiography page then use the information to describe themselves using math! Such a fun, first week of school activity or as a family math night craft and bulletin board.

Math About Me, a perfect back to school activity for getting to know you through math! Students complete a math autobiography page then use the information to describe themselves using math! Such a fun, first week of school activity or as a family math night craft and bulletin board.

Mappy Hour- Place Value | Thinking Maps Blog posting.