Thursday, August 16, 2012

Math Word Wall

I have been working on a math word wall resource for a while now, and it is finally done!  This set includes vocabulary words from the enVision Math series, as well as the Common Core Standards (second grade).  

We no longer use every single topic as a result of adopting Common Core, but I did include all of the words from all of the topics, just in case your school still uses all of the topics. It was strange, because as I went through each topic, there were a few that didn't have any vocab words at all!

I noted words taken from the Common Core Standards by including "Topic ___/CCSS" in the lower right corner.  For instance, Topic 15 in enVision covers time.  They do not include the terms a.m. or p.m. in their curriculum, however, it is language used in the Common Core Standards.  As such, I included those terms with the Topic 15 words, but also indicated that they were from CCSS.


I used a new color for each topic and there is really no rhyme or reason as to how I did this.  As mentioned previously, we do not use the program in order so it was impossible for me to commit to a definite color pattern.  I simply changed the color with each topic in the document as a visual cue that it was a new set of words.  I hope that makes sense!

I am not selling this set of words because they were taken directly from the enVision series and I really don't know if that would be a copyright thing.  Better to be safe than sorry!  So, I'm offering it as a freebie!  Who doesn't love a freebie?

Click {here} to get your FREE copy!

Google Docs Tip: click on "File." Then, click on "email as attachment."  Enter the email address you would like to send it to.  Access your email to open the document and then print and/or save it to your computer. 

If you use enVisionMATH, I hope you find these useful.  Enjoy!!
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16 comments:

  1. Yay, tomorrow's the big day for you! I've been in every day since Monday {for WAY too many hours}. I'm impressed and jealous that you can get your room decorated in one day!! That's all I've been doing all week. Next comes the the actual planning! I forgot how much work switching grades is! :)

    Amy
    Krazy About Kiddos

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    1. Hey! I emailed a reply to you; let's just hope I can actually get things set up as planned....if I publicly announce it will be done there is a much better chance of it actually getting done. Ha!!

      If you need anything regarding the grade level switch, don't hesitate to contact me!

      Aimee

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  2. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!!!!!!!!!! I am SOOOO excited you have offered these up! Though I was most definitely willing to pay for the time you put into these...it is very sweet of you to offer them as a freebie! Can't wait to print them out, laminate and post in my vocab pocket chart! Thank you again, you are wonderful!

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    1. You are so welcome! I'm glad you like them, and I truly appreciate the comments. Enjoy!!

      Aimee

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  3. Thanks so much for sharing these! :) I am definitely working hard on figuring out how my math wall will look in my room. Do you do calendar math at all? That is my current project... definitely trying to figure out what all to put on it!

    Amanda
    Reaching for the TOP!

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    1. Hi Amanda,

      I just emailed a reply to your calendar question, let me know if you have more questions! Good luck with thee math word wall!

      Aimee

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  4. These are great Aimee. How great of you to offer them for free. I can understand how crazy all this copyright stuff is. I love how you organized them by color per topic. I love organization and this is a great way to see which ones go with which topic. Thanks so much for sharing.

    Heidi
    My (Not So) Elementary Life

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  5. Hi there! I am so excited that you are offering these fabulous cards for free. I teach second grade and we use Envision as well. We are also going to adopt CCS. Do you have a copy of your schools math pacing plan that you can email to me? I was always wondering about how much of the Envision we will keep and toss and what overlaps and how to change up the order. Any help would be great! Thank you! Sunnyinsoccal@yahoo.com

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  6. Oh, I'm so sad that I moved up to 3rd grade! These math vocabulary cards look fantastic! You are so sweet to share them. If you ever felt like making 3rd grade ones, I'd be so happy- but I imagine that's probably too much of a time commitment for a freebie. Oh well!

    Have a great back-to-school time! :)

    Jenny
    Luckeyfrog's Lilypad

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  7. Thank you for these vocab cards! I teach a 2/3 split but only teach 2nd grade math. I am always looking for ways to save time and you sure have saved me time! Thank you

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    1. Yay! I'm so glad you find them useful. Enjoy!!

      Aimee

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  8. ADORABLE!! I can't wait to add these next year! Thank you for making them a freebie! So generous!

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  9. They are wonderful! I'm sad you do not have a first grade set :(

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  10. Thank you so much for the vocabulary words. This is my first year using EnVision Math. With gratitude in Arizona!

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  11. Thank you so much for sharing!! You are an angel!! Very Grateful in Texas!!

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