Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Subtraction Strategies

Here are some subtraction strategy posters that I made, hope you enjoy!

Click {HERE} to download!
Clip Art courtesy of DJ Inkers





32 comments:

It's a Baby Allgood said...

hey, i'm doing the same math lessons as you are next week...feel free to send me anything that you plan on using in addition to what you put in your plans :)

TeachingandLearning said...

Love, love, love, LOVE these!!!!

Any chance you have similar ones for addition strategies???

Thanks!!!

Lesson Plan SOS Teachers said...

WOW!!! You are so kind and generous to post these! Thank you so much! I teach third grade and my kiddos are STILL mastering their subtraction facts! I can't wait to print these!
Thank you!!! :)
Melissa

Rachelle said...

I AGREE!!!! I'd love to see addition ones! :) You know, counting on, drawing a picture, using the number line, etc! YOU ARE SO TALENTED!!!!! Love your blog girlie!
-Rachelle
whattheteacherwants.blogspot.com

Lauren Morse said...

I love these. They will be perfect for when I teach subtraction. If you have time (ha ha!) I would love for you to share some addition ones.
Lauren
justaddclipart.blogspot.com

Hollie said...

I also agree!! Addition would be awesome! But these are super AWESOME!! Thank you so much! I love checking your blog everyday! Can't wait to print tomorrow!!

Hollie

hollie.booth@blairschools.org

Kris said...

Amazing posters! Curious if you have addition ones as well!

Wendi said...

Oh my goodness, these are awesome and JUST in time!!! I'm on the addition bandwagon, too, hint hint. :) Thanks for sharing your amazingness with us!

Mrs. D said...

LOVE!!! :)

http://thesilverlininginteaching.blogspot.com/

Jennifer said...

These are great! Thanks for sharing!
Rowdy in First Grade

LovelyNB said...

These are AMAZING!! I as well wanted to know if you have addition ones?

Ms. L said...

I agree with all the comments. I LOVE these! And would also LOVE to see the posters for addition!

Jamie @ Teaching Little Firsties!

Lori P said...

I saw these before school this morning and LOVED them!! My team and I were saying how great it would be if there were some addition ones. I guess everyone else was thinking the same thing.

Thanks for always sharing such wonderful things always! I love your blog!!

Lori P.

Kimberly said...

Love these! Thanks for sharing your hard work!
Kimberly
Funky First Grade Fun

Anonymous said...

Would love to see addition ones as well!

Jen said...

Thank you! THank you! I LOVE all of your mini posters. I need a tutorial to make my things as cute as yours!

Stephanie said...

This is fantastic! My kids will love the colors. Thank you for being so creative!

Anonymous said...

I love these...as well as your other ones! Have you thought about about making them in a smaller version that can be put in their math journals? Would love it if you can do it :)

Vintage Teacher said...

Thanks for sharing once again. Going to post about these on my blog. Thanks for being so generous with your time and your talent.

Lainie said...

Wonderful job. Thanks so much for sharing.

Amie said...

These are amazing! I have a huge question/favor? Is there anyway that you could make one that says "Counting up"? We teach our kids to start with the smallest number and count up to the biggest number as one of our strategies. (I usually pretend like we have a ladder to make it easier to understand.) amie.lewis@cmcss.net

Lynda Ross LRoss@hpsd.k12.pa.us said...

Hello... Just used your subtraction strategy posters with my EveryDay Math lesson and they were AWESOME! (Even better than EDMath could have done!)
I just have one (HUGE) favor to ask you.... If you get a chance, could you make up one of these posters for "Counting Up"? I tried to make my own hand-drawn version for our lesson, but the kids asked me to get a better one! :)
Love your stuff! You are GR8!!

Acj730 said...

Thanks for sharing all your awesome ideas! They are so helpful and if I spent the time to make these things, I'd never do anything else! I always get too engrossed & can't tear myself away, so these are wonderful!!! Thanks again and I agree, you are very creative and talented! :)

Anonymous said...

Oh my god, exellent work! am so happy i found your block, it is so creative! English are not my mother language, but am inspired from your work, thank you so much!
Myriam, Cyprus

Theresa said...

Love your posters!
Thanks for sharing.

Theresa
candydishtreats.blogspot.com
primaryprincess.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

These are great! Thanks for sharing! I saw you have one for drawing a picture for addition. Do you have one for subtraction (showing how to cross them off)? I'd make it myself but I already have the others hanging in my room and want it to match : )
Thanks!

Terry said...

I too would love to be pointed to your addition strategy posters. The subtraction ones are fabulous.
THANK YOU,
Terry
THYordan@aol.com

lalapenny said...

I knew there was a good reason I was up "pinteresting" into the wee hours! Love your blog and the great things you so generously share...THANK YOU!
Penny Briscoe

Anonymous said...

WOW! Amazing! Do you have any multipication and division? They are so cute and a great visual!! I found your addition ones- they were fantastic too!!
casey

maseyk@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

I am a 1st grade teacher. Thank you soo much for sharing your wonderful and creative strategies and lessons. My students will definitely benefit from these. I can't wait to introduce them when school starts!!!

Susie said...

I appreciate your generosity. These are awesome!

www.teachergoldmine.blogspot.com

Megan Ellis said...

Thank you so much from Australia xx