The Number Concept Map (Video and PDF)

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Here is a new resource for you:  The Number Concept Map.


While there are many different ways this resource could be used in the classroom, I’ve provided a recording below to detail how you might gather representations in your classroom community, and also to show how you might use those representations to look for connections among the ideas once that have been gathered.


I hope the video and the downloadable Number Concept Map will be helpful in your classroom.  I would love to hear about your classroom journey!







You can download the blank number concept map here.


If you are interested in other animated posts, you might want to take a look at “The Animated Multiplication Table.”


You may also be interested in Math Imposter Sets (with video and PDF).






  1. Adrienne on February 17, 2015 at 8:26 pm

    Please do! The teachers who share a workspace with me were intrigued by my enthusiasm as I watched and requested links to this template, the Multiplication Table and the Imposter Sets. What advice can you share about creating Imposter Sets? I would like to create some with fractions for my advanced 5th grade class.

  2. Adrienne on February 17, 2015 at 12:47 pm

    Love this! Thank you for sharing another way to investigate number relationships.

    • on February 17, 2015 at 5:48 pm

      Adrienne, thank you for commenting and for considering this idea. Exploring number relationships is fun, investigative, and so powerful. I’m inspired to write more now!

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