# Blackline Math Masters Galore: Great Guided Math Templates

Here are some great websites with templates to use in guided math groups. Browse these pages for a variety of things from place value grid paper to woozle cards.

1.http://wps.ablongman.com/ab_vandewalle_math_5/0,7959,796754-,00.html

Featured link: * Woozle cards* (great for having students sort into attributes and justify their reasoning).

2.http://wps.ablongman.com/ab_vandewalle_math_6/0,12312,3547876-,00.html

Featured link: * More or less cards* (Have the students pull a card with a number and then pull a more or less card and follow the instructions. This builds flexibility with adding and subtracting. Also the

*are a great visual for noting place value).*

**addition and subtraction recording blanks**3. http://www.center.edu/BLACKLINES/blacklines.shtml

Featured links: * More, Less, The Same Pictures* ( Have two students roll the dice and build towers and then choose which card matches their scenario) and

*(These are great for having students toss two-colored beans to find the equivalent names of numbers: just spray paint some beans if you don’t have the lakeshore or eai (great online teacher store) version);*

**Two sided Number Bean Station Records***(One game I play with these is t0 have the students pull a card and get a starter number…and then place it somewhere on the blank grid and build in a 100 grid from there. This builds great flexibility with adding and subtracting 1 and 10). Also the*

**Names Numbered Squared***templates are great for having students build number towers or to find all the equivalent names of numbers.*

**Unifix number station**4. http://lrt.ednet.ns.ca/PD/BLM/table_of_contents.htm

Featured links: * Add and Subtract cards*: Builds flexibility with adding and subtracting (1. Have students pull a number card. 2. Have students pull an add or subtract card. 3. Have students roll a number and then add or subtract that number from original number.) Also look at the

**(dominos, numerals and tallies). Be sure to see the extensive number charts going up to 999!**

*number match cards*5. http://kentuckymathematics.org/resources/pimser.asp

Featured Links: ** The Adding 9 and 8 cards** – an absolute must for building conceptual understanding through pictorial representation.

Extras:

Summer Blackline Masters by Grade from Ceres Unified:

(You just have to browse through but their are some interesting templates;)

http://www.ceres.k12.ca.us/StudentServ/educational-options/documents/1-1BL.pdf

http://www.ceres.k12.ca.us/StudentServ/educational-options/documents/1-2BL.pdf

http://www.ceres.k12.ca.us/StudentServ/educational-options/documents/1-3BL.pdf

http://www.ceres.k12.ca.us/StudentServ/educational-options/documents/1-4BL.pdf

http://www.ceres.k12.ca.us/StudentServ/educational-options/documents/1-5BL.pdf

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