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

Math / Algebra – Double Bubble Map: Expression vs. Equation

Great example of using the double bubble in a middle school mathematics classroom. I also love this as an alternative to crowded Venn Diagrams!

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

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

Seen this in a boring box form, but like the donut shape as its more appealing and automatically suggests needing four or more different ways to show a number

Joyful Learning In KC: Thinking Maps Thursday, great post showing ways to use the 8 maps.

Doubles facts on a bridge map

We are currently working on our doubles facts {if you are Common Coring with me that's Envision does not give enough practice on th.

place value mat -good reminder to use thinking maps for math!!!!

First Grade Fanatic!: Place Value this is great Chintomby Cole p. Wuhan is wonderful!

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Thinking Maps: Bridge Map - Reverse Sums - good for switching ADDENDS first grade needs to state relating factor underneath

Math with thinking maps

Math with thinking maps

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

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

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