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I created these unit circle magnets to use with my dry erase magnetic unit circle from EAI Education. I plan to use the magnets both as a way to have a large unit circle on the wall of my classroom and for various activities throughout the year. When I share pictures of my magnetic unit …

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I created this calculator bulletin board in my math classroom to serve as a handy reference to both myself and my students. I used bulletin board letters which I bought from Dollar Tree to spell out Scientific and Graphing above the two different calculator posters I got from Texas Instruments. I added specific reminders about …

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I created this interactive Witzzle Bulletin Board to make it easy to play Witzzle throughout the year with my students. I love using the game of Witzzle as a beginning of the year activity or as a brain break or early-finisher activity throughout the school year. Not sure how to play Witzzle? I’ve got a …

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I put together the Pascal’s Triangles that my students colored to create this Pascal’s Triangle Bulletin Board. After having my students fill out the digits in Pascal’s Triangle, I had students choose different methods of coloring in the cells of the triangle. Ideas for Coloring Pascal’s Triangle Evens vs Odds Primes vs Composites Multiples of …

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I made this math bulletin board by printing off various math logo posters from the NCCTM website. These math posters are from the North Carolina Council of Teachers of Mathematics. They have a math logo contest each year, and the winning entries are inspiring and fun to look at! I plan on changing this next …

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