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 …

# Middle School Math Posters

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 …

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. …

Discover a collection of inspiring and motivating math quotes that will help brighten up and decorate your middle school or high school math classroom.

For over a month now, I’ve been meaning to set down and create a set of integer operations posters. Today, I finally did it. At one point in the semester, I had these written out on my dry erase board. I never saw anyone use them, so I decided to erase them when I cleaned my …