`Simply the best graphic organizers for math on the planet. More than diagrams, these graphic organizers are thoughtfully designed and beautifully illustrated learning tools that focus on key concepts. Each includes notes for educators, including Objectives, Teaching Tips, and Discussion Questions.Please look at the sample pages and review the contents, listed below. Research has proven what teachers and parents and kids have long known: graphic organizers are terrific tools for teaching and learning math. Grades 5 and up. IntroductionResearch and StandardsTeaching NotesGraphic OrganizersNumber and Operations1. Types of Numbers2. Large Numbers3. Equivalencies of Fractions, Decimals, and Percents4. Types of Operations5. Laws of Operations6. Order of OperationsAlgebra7. The World Is Built on Algebra8. Algebra Words9. Different Forms of Representation10. Roles of Variables11. Linear and Nonlinear RelationshipsGeometry12. The Importance of Geometry13. Uses of Geometry14. My Geometry Word15. Flat Shapes16. Solids17. The Pythagorean RelationshipMeasurement18. The Metric System19. English and Metric Conversions20. English and Metric Equivalencies21. Perimeter, Area, and VolumeData Analysis and Probability22. Scatter Plots23. Mean, Median, and Mode24. What Is Probability?Problem Solving25. Strategies for Solving Problems26. Problem Solving Steps27. K-W-L Chart28. Reflecting on Problem SolvingReasoning and Proof29. Mathematical Reasoning30. Deductive and Inductive ReasoningCommunication31. Communication Skills32. Different Ways to Express a Mathematical Idea33. Simple Steps to Effective CommunicationConnections34. Fields of Mathematics35. Math Builds on Itself36. Math Outside of Math Class37. A Mathematics Current Event38. A Famous Mathematician39. Banana MathRepresentation40. What Is Mathematical Representation?41. Types of Mathematical RepresentationAdditional Graphic Organizers and Templates42. Six Research Questions43. Fraction Strips44. Number Lines45. Bar Graph Template46. Line Graph Template47. Circle Graph Template48. Venn Diagram Template49. Triple Venn Diagram Template `

# Graphic Organizers for Math

\$12.00Price
• 79 Pages
• 49 Graphic Organizers
• Key Math concepts
• Teacher support, including Objectives, Teaching Tips, and Discussion Questions
• Proven results for students
• Part of the Graphic Organizers Series
• Introduction

Research and Standards

Teaching Notes

Graphic Organizers

Number and Operations

1. Types of Numbers

2. Large Numbers

3. Equivalencies of Fractions, Decimals, and Percents

4. Types of Operations

5. Laws of Operations

6. Order of Operations

Algebra

7. The World Is Built on Algebra

8. Algebra Words

9. Different Forms of Representation

10. Roles of Variables

11. Linear and Nonlinear Relationships

Geometry

12. The Importance of Geometry

13. Uses of Geometry

14. My Geometry Word

15. Flat Shapes

16. Solids

17. The Pythagorean Relationship

Measurement

18. The Metric System

19. English and Metric Conversions

20. English and Metric Equivalencies

21. Perimeter, Area, and Volume

Data Analysis and Probability

22. Scatter Plots

23. Mean, Median, and Mode

24. What Is Probability?

Problem Solving

25. Strategies for Solving Problems

26. Problem Solving Steps

27. K-W-L Chart

28. Reflecting on Problem Solving

Reasoning and Proof

29. Mathematical Reasoning

30. Deductive and Inductive Reasoning

Communication

31. Communication Skills

32. Different Ways to Express a Mathematical Idea

33. Simple Steps to Effective Communication

Connections

34. Fields of Mathematics

35. Math Builds on Itself

36. Math Outside of Math Class

37. A Mathematics Current Event

38. A Famous Mathematician

39. Banana Math

Representation

40. What Is Mathematical Representation?

41. Types of Mathematical Representation

42. Six Research Questions

43. Fraction Strips

44. Number Lines

45. Bar Graph Template

46. Line Graph Template

47. Circle Graph Template

48. Venn Diagram Template

49. Triple Venn Diagram Template