One of my favorite back-to-school tasks is creating new bulletin boards for my high school math classroom. Check out these 10 creative math bulletin board ideas that I have used over the years with my students.
Math Bulletin Board Ideas
Problem Solving Strategies Bulletin Board
Help your students know what to when they are stumped on a problem with this helpful problem solving strategies bulletin board.
Math Bulletin Board
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!
When You Enter This Classroom Door Decoration or Bulletin Board
One of the first decorations I ever made for my first classroom was this set of posters about When You Enter This Classroom…
Over the years, I have hung these on my door and as a bulletin board.
How to Learn Math Bulletin Board
This How to Learn math Bulletin Board stems from the theory of growth mindset. It is a great explanation to students of how standards based grading (SBG) works.
Wheel of Theodorus Bulletin Board
This Wheel of Theodorus Bulletin Board will give your students a lot of practice with the pythagorean theorem and a chance to be very creative!
Witzzle Bulletin Board
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.
Math Reference Bulletin Board
I decided to take this bulletin board that hangs over my desk and turn it into a math reference bulletin board. You can find all of these posters to download on my posters page!
Calculator Bulletin Board
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.
SolveMe Mobiles Bulletin Board
I took the SolveMe Mobiles that my students created using construction paper and circle stickers and turned it into a bulletin board so that students could attempt to solve the mobiles created by other students.
Roots Solutions Zeros X-Intercepts Posters
Help your students understand the connections between roots, solutions, zeros, and x-intercepts with these handy posters.