Math Concept Pictures
By Mary Montero
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Math + Drawing = Win!
Over the years, I have created several math picture activities to use throughout the year in order to practice math skills. Some of these math concept pictures have been created for seasonal use while others have been created to focus on specific skills including place value, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and more.
What exactly ARE math concept pictures, you ask? They are a fun and engaging way for students to practice a TON of math skills! It’s super low prep for you, too…. Students begin by solving several math problems using numbers that are often personal to them. This gives them the opportunity then create a personalized picture based on those answers.
These math concept pictures are perfect to use as morning work, early finisher tasks, centers, homework, and guest teacher plans.
Since I have created so many now, I often get asked where they all are… However, the answer isn’t always that easy! Almost every single one is FREE, but they live in a variety of different places — my blog, TPT, etc. So I’ve FINALLY compiled them all in one place! Here is the complete list of math pics!
Free Math Pictures
- Addition Aquarium
- Place Value Park
- Gingerbread Multiplication Village
- Winter Wonderland Snow Globe Multiplication & Division
- Division Tree
- Division House
- End of the Year Time Capsule
Free Differentiated Math Pictures
These sets are specifically designed to be differentiated for grades 3-5!
- Differentiated New Year’s Party
- Differentiated Valentine’s Day
- Differentiated St. Patrick’s Day
- Differentiated Halloween
Print and Go Sub Plans
I also have one more math picture activity where students Design a Water Bottle. This one is available in my Emergency Sub Plans bundle, which you can read more about in this sub plan tips blog post. This bundle includes FIVE days of editable plans, plus dozens of extra activities that your students will love!
I’m so glad you are here. I’m a current gifted and talented teacher in a small town in Colorado, and I’ve been in education since 2009. My passion (other than my family and cookies) is for making teachers’ lives easier and classrooms more engaging.