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Math Vocabulary Cards

I made some vocabulary cards over the summer to go with the Everyday Math units. These picture cards tie into the vocabulary for grades 3, 4, and 5, as I'm often looping with my ELL classes within those grade levels.

I put the cards into a Word document, so the pictures can be resized. This has been very useful as I have been able to make the images pretty small, to fit on a page of notes for our interactive math notebooks. I hope you will be able to use these picture cards in some way in your math class as well. They are organized alphabetically...just click each letter below:
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This may be just the ticket to convince the hubs to finally buy me a new printer!

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...danielle

I wish we used Everyday Math. We use Math Expressions. I student taught (five years ago..hehe) with a teacher who used Everyday Math and I loved it!

ReplyDeleteThese are incredible! Thank you so much for your generosity! I've just discovered your blog and have been poring over it for a couple hours now. I have a feeling my summer will be spent here! :)

ReplyDeleteThanks!!!

ReplyDeleteWhat font did you use for these cards? We use the Go Math! series and there is a little different wording so I was hoping to tweak a few :)

ReplyDeleteThese posters are FANTASTIC! Thank-you so much.

ReplyDeleteThank you!! These are awesome! I have been looking for visual vocabulary for math and this saved me days of work making my own! :)

ReplyDeleteAHHHHH!!!! WOW! JACKPOT. Thank you x a million! How KIND of you to share these so willingly :)

ReplyDeleteWOW, WOW, and WOW! I would so have paid for these. Thank you so much!!!!!!

ReplyDeleteThanks selsmith, so happy you can use them :)

ReplyDeleteThank you so much for sharing your work! These are a fantastic resource!!

ReplyDeleteThanks for sharing! I love this. I am teaching a 6-8th grade remedial math class, so I would love to add some terms. Could you point me in the right direction for the font and graphics? Of course, I will send you anything I create to add to your collection.

ReplyDeleteHow do I download the Vocabulary Cards?? I can't WAIT TO use them :) I teach 5th grade!

ReplyDeleteHi Amy...I made most of the graphics myself (I love drawing on the computer!). The title font is Disney print and the other terms are Hip Hop Demi. I would love to see your cards, thanks for the offer! And thanks for stopping by :)

ReplyDeleteHi Mrs. Gauster--you will need a free Google Docs account to see them. Please let me know if you aren't able to access them!

These are awesome! I hope you share them sometime on Math Monday Blog Hop!

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Smiles,

Cindy @ love2learn2day

How kind of you to share these AWESOME resources! Hats off to you, and THANKYOU for all of your hard work!

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Lidia

I am so impressed with these! I teach 2nd ESL/bilingual. Some of these are grade appropriate but I'd like to create some to match your cards. How did you "draw" your graphics? It'd be nice to keep them consistent as opposed to using funky clip art. Thanks!

ReplyDeleteThanks guys! Cindy, I did share them awhile back on the blog hop (which I love!!!).

ReplyDeleteLidia, thanks for the sweet words :)

Señora Stanton, I used a program called Fireworks to make mine, thanks!

I just found these math vocabulary cards and they are awesome!!

ReplyDeleteBeth

Thinking of TeachingWow! These are so great! And what a time-saver. Thank you so much for sharing YOUR time and talent.

ReplyDeleteThank you SO much for sharing these!

ReplyDeleteThanks for the lovely words--so glad they can be used!!

ReplyDeleteKristen

Hi,

ReplyDeleteI have a Google account, but for some reason I can't access your math cards and would love them! What should I do?

Jennifer

jjburkhardt@sbcglobal.net

Jenn, did you try a few different letters? They should work ok since you have a Google account. I will look more into this!

ReplyDeleteWonderful!!! Thanks!

ReplyDeleteI also have a google account and can only access the letter "a" cards.

ReplyDeleteThese are great!! Thank you!!

ReplyDeleteThese are SO fabulous- They are all over my classroom! I'm having trouble opening the files though :(

ReplyDeleteThank you so much for sharing these! They are great!

ReplyDeleteNicole

Teaching With Style

Thank you!!!!! they are awesome!!

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ReplyDeleteThank you so much. They are beautiful. You really put a lot of work into these!

ReplyDeleteThank you! This is fabulous! I appreciate all the work... I'm already planning by bulletin boards.

ReplyDeleteThanks so much for sharing these. I am trying out a different way to teach math and these will definately help with the vocab part of my math journals. I love your blog btw and have been spending "too much" time here...at least this is what my husband says. Thanks again.

ReplyDeleteThank you so much for these! I might have to turn them into flash cards or something along those lines. So much of what you do applies to my students and what they struggle with in high school! Keep up the awesome work! =)

ReplyDeleteI am currently teaching third grade for the first time after teaching kinder for 7 years. I would love a copy of these vocabulary cards but every time I open a letter nothing downloads. I am not sure if I am doing something wrong or what. Is there any way you can email them to me? My email is akaaragon@yahoo.com . Thank you so very much!!

ReplyDeleteAngie

Thank you a million times over for creating these vocab cards and for allowing us to resize and print them. I am so excited about my new word wall! Honestly and truly, thank you for your time!!

ReplyDeleteJenn

Grade 4 teacher

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ReplyDeleteOMG- thank you so much for sharing these. I am using interactive math notebooks this year and these are fabulous. You are so kind to share your work. By the way- you do quality work. I wish I had your talent.

ReplyDeleteWow! Thank you so much for these! I love it!

ReplyDeleteThank you so much! I just shared your math vocabulary cards with my colleagues. You saved me a lot of time!!!

ReplyDeleteKatie

THank you so much for posting these. I am new to fifth grade this year after teaching fourth for years and this saved me so much time while getting used to the new curriculum. So grateful!

ReplyDeletewow.. thanks for sharing.. these are absolutely great...

ReplyDeleteThese are wonderfully put together. Thank you.

ReplyDeleteHi Kristen,

ReplyDeleteAny tips for creating my own set? Unfortunately I can't use these since I teach in Spanish. Did you use any special graphics or just make them yourself?

Thanks!

Laura

Mrs. Castro's Class

Great work..cards are looking gorgeous...keep it up...!!!

ReplyDeleteThese look wonderful. Unfortunately, I don't have Word so I can't open them. Do you offer anything as PDF files?

ReplyDeleteYou are a life saver!!! These are wonderful!!!

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