# Math Strategy Wall

Jena Simms | Wichita Collegiate School | Wichita, Kansas

Students can refer to a math strategy wall to help them complete math problems.

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The other thing that you could do is use base 10 blocks next to the one where you talk about base 10 blocks. Put your base 10 blocks next to that just to give them a physical reminder of what a base 10 block looks like. And of course, having those manipulatives somewhere in your classroom that the students can use on a daily basis when they’re finding a strategy to complete math problems. So I encourage you to put up a math strategy wall. Look at your math curriculum, and pull out all of those good strategies for your whole year. Maybe have this all typed up or have it in a document ahead of time, and then when you’re ready to teach that strategy, put it up there, and then it’s concrete in the students’ mind. I encourage you to try a strategy wall in your classroom.

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