Decorate your classroom with this collection of printable parent function posters. Your students will appreciate being able to reference this visual reminder of 13 of the different functions they will learn about in their algebra and precalculus courses.

# Algebra 1 Posters

I find that one of my most-referenced set of posters in my classroom is these equality and inequality symbols posters. If you checked out my recent post with the photos of my classroom from this past 2021-2022, you might not remember seeing them. That’s because I took them down to hang up my Powers Posters. …

I created this Parts of a Radical Poster several years ago when I was teaching Algebra 1. I wanted to create a visual reminder for my students of the different vocabulary words that describe the different parts of a radical. I wanted to highlight the words coefficient, index, radical symbol, and radicand. I designed this …

I created this naming polynomials poster several years ago as a way to both remind my students of the rules for naming polynomials and to decorate my room with my favorite thing – math! Now that I’m reorganizing things on my blog since changing to my own domain name, I have realized that I have …

I’m super excited about my new powers posters. I have created individual posters that list the first eight powers of the numbers from 2 to 9. Today, I finally started hanging up a few decorations. My room is starting to look like a math classroom again! I’ve been doing a mix of relaxing and prepping …

I’m jealous of these inequality posters that my husband made for his classroom. I need to find a way to incorporate them into my classroom decor next year! You can find these posters on Shaun’s blog!

I want to share a set of TULSA Graphing Posters here on the blog today. Today was definitely not my day. Our first professional day is tomorrow, so I decided it would be wise to go into school early today to try and get used to the fact that summer is over. After a bit …

I created this set of includes vs excludes posters to help students remember how we show that a number is included or excluded in mathematics. I actually came up with the idea for these posters the other night when I was having trouble falling asleep. My mind could only think about school stuff. Shortly before …

Today I want to share my Adventures of Slope Dude Posters that I created for my high school math classroom. It’s no secret around here that I love Slope Dude. Haven’t seen the video? You HAVE to click on the link. Trust me. I know different people have different opinions of Slope Dude. When …

Download a free printable order of operations poster set for your math classroom. Each section of the poster easily prints on colorful letter-sized paper to create an eye-catching display. One of the first decorations that I hung up in my high school math classroom after waiting an agonizing 10 days for the new wax to …

I am very excited about these perfect squares and perfect cubes posters that I created to decorate my high school math classroom! These posters were inspired by the amazing Clarissa Grandi, a maths teacher in the UK. If you like making math pretty and colorful, you must check out Clarissa Grandi’s website! I highly recommend …

I created these parts of the coordinate plane magnets for my classroom, and I want to share the files with you so you can create your own set as well. I wanted to create a reminder for my students of the names of each axis of the coordinate plane as well as how the quadrants …

Transform your math classroom with a free printable vertical number line poster in PDF format. Ideal for middle and high school math classrooms. Download today!

Grouping symbols are a difficult concept for math students to understand, so I created a free printable grouping symbols reference chart and poster for students to reference while in my algebra classroom. What are grouping symbols? Before students enter my math class, their familiarity with grouping symbols often only extends to parentheses. Elementary teachers often …

Yesterday, I mentioned some HOYVUX notes we took in Algebra 2 as a review. Here they are again, for reference. A month ago, Mary Williams posted a link on twitter to this video sneak peak of her classroom. I got really excited when it revealed HOYVUX posters. As soon as I saw them, I decided …

Guess what I’m posting today. Yup. Another poster. 😀 I won’t be allowed to start decorating my classroom until late next week, so I’ve been compensating by making new stuff to decorate it with. Back in January, Elissa posted her Dividing by Zero? posters that were inspired by this pin. I decided these had to …

Today I want to share some math symbols posters I created If you get annoyed by blog posts about posters I’ve created for my classroom, you might want to avoid my blog for the next few days. Let’s just say I’ve gone a little poster crazy the past few days and created a heap of …

The idea for this Keep Calm and Combine Like Terms poster is completely unoriginal. In other words, I completely stole it from Annie Forest at Show Your Thinking. When I saw her post a few months ago, I knew this had to find a place in my classroom decorations for the new school year. I …

One of my absolute favorite concepts in the world to teach is slope. I don’t know what it is about slope, but I have an absolute blast convincing students that slope doesn’t have to be scary. Plus, it involves introducing them to Slope Dude. And, in my book, any lesson that makes the slightest mention …

Today I’m sharing a free prime numbers poster to download. I have so many ideas of how I would teach things/do things if life was ideal. And, by ideal, I mean I could pause time occasionally and get 100% caught up with my to do list. I’m pretty sure I have no idea what …

These Algebra Aerobics Stick Figure Posters are a fun way to display the different types of parent functions in your classroom. These posters are a free resource provided by OKMathTeachers.com. The OKMath website has a pdf file you can download of 15 different full page stick figure equations. Sadly, the graph of y=sin x …

Today I want to share a file for a Greek Alphabet Poster I created for my classroom. I’m back from vacation. It was a fun whirlwind, but I’ll tell you more about that later. Before I take the time to reflect on my trip, I want to post some goodies to share with you. …

Hanging up a horizontal number line poster in my classroom was actually on my to-do list for my first year of teaching, but I never got around to it. I know that you can buy number lines at a teacher store or online that are relatively inexpensive, but I decided to make my own. …