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. …

# Middle School Math Posters

I want to share a pythagorean theorem poster I created several years ago for my classroom when I was teaching trigonometry. I designed this poster to print on 11 x 17 cardstock. I hung this poster on a bulletin board in my classroom with several other 11 x 17 posters I created. As I continue …

I started putting together these math joke of the week posters at the end of last school year. I’m super excited about how it turned out. I put the finishing touches on it this week, so I’m finally ready to share it with you guys. I saw an idea on twitter a year or so …

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!

This year, I am trying out Estimation 180 in my Math Concepts class, a class for 9th graders not yet ready for Algebra 1. After two weeks of giving students the formula for percent error EVERY SINGLE DAY, I finally made an Estimation 180 Poster! This poster was inspired by a tweet from Lisa Bejarano. …

Last year, I put up posters of the first ten perfect squares and perfect cubes in my room. They looked awesome, and students referenced them throughout the year. However, I found that my students often needed to know if a number that was higher than 100 was a perfect square. I don’t have the wall …

I’m excited to share a new poster – the Good at Math poster – with you today. Today, my students have been taking semester tests. The good thing about semester tests is that I don’t have any lessons to prepare. I guess I did write the tests, but I don’t count that since it was …

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 …