Multiplication Fact Strategy Wall

In Instruction by Steve Rigby

Multiplication Fact Strategy Wall

Carin JonesThird Grade

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Our math program suggests making a poster that students can refer to as they develop strategies in solving multiplication and division problems. I wanted the chart to really”pop” for the students. Color is the most powerful stimulus for the brain. It opens up other areas of the brain and allows greater and easier learning and remembering. Therefore, I chose to use the colors that I have incorporated throughout my classroom. These are my hero colors: Martian Green, Terrestrial Teal, and Fireball Fuchsia!

Our math program suggests making a poster that students can refer to as they develop strategies in solving multiplication and division problems. I wanted the chart to really”pop” for the students. Color is the most powerful stimulus for the brain. It opens up other areas of the brain and allows greater and easier learning and remembering. Therefore, I chose to use the colors that I have incorporated throughout my classroom. These are my hero colors: Martian Green, Terrestrial Teal, and Fireball Fuchsia!