A decimal anchor chart is the perfect visual to complement your unit on decimals. But if you are like me and lacking in the drawing and lettering department, I've got you covered.
In this file, I've included all the printables to make your own Decimal anchor chart as shown in the picture.
Ideas for Use
In order for an anchor chart to be most valuable, it should be created along with your students, as you introduce specific concepts. For this reason, you will likely not create this entire anchor chart in one day. It may span a few days as you teach new decimal skills and concepts.
You'll get the main title, "Decimal Numbers," as well as three other subtitles:
- What are Decimals?
- Decimal Place Value
- Decimals Are Like Fractions!
You'll also get five different pictures that illustrate one-half or 0.5 to add to your chart for an extra pop!
What Teachers Are Saying
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ "I love the flexibility of this resource! I was able to use its parts and as a whole class build an anchor chart. Once we were all happy with the anchor chart then we glued down the titles, headings and labels." Crystal B.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ "Love how this is laid out and it is still group created. It's helpful to have a starting point when creating these visual aids for students." Diana V.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ "We just started covering decimals and this poster has helped a lot. It's a slow process and he's a visual kid so I try to have as many visuals as possible for him." Homeschool with Cub Scouts