Do you need higher order thinking questions for math talks and discussions? These math talk resource cards contain over 100 comprehension questions to be used to enhance discussion during your math block. Simply PRINT & GO and watch your students gain a deeper understanding of math concepts.
These math question stems will allow your students to think and explain their mathematical process in order to create deeper understanding and stronger achievement. Your students will LOVE when you pull out these math comprehension questions during math talks!
Topics covered with these higher order thinking questions for math:
- Making Predictions
- Student Reflection
- Making Connections
- Sharing Thoughts
- Retelling Math
- Predicting Math
- Group Discussion
- Open Ended Questioning.
Guide student thinking with these math question stems that will create meaningful mathematical reasoning amongst your students! Using these questions during math talks is easy!
Use these higher order thinking questions for math lessons with:
✅Whole Group Lessons
✅Independent Work where students can write their answers
❤️You will LOVE that these math question stems are research based! Research shows that having mathematical talks and conversations with your students to help guide their thinking can increase their math comprehension. This tool can give you meaningful questioning at your fingertips.
Printing options for these math talk questions:
- All cards are black and white to allow printing on colored paper.
- Print onto cardstock and place questions on a ring or use the full page option.
✅Check out the preview for a closer look at these high order thinking math talks cards!
What teachers are saying about these math talks questions?
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