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 space necessary to go farther (or the patience necessary to tape that many more posters on the wall!), so I made a More Perfect Squares poster to hang next to my existing posters.
Here’s what I came up with:
I printed this More Perfect Squares poster on 11 x 17 cardstock.
I was given a package of this cardstock a few years ago, and I wasn’t quite sure what to do with it for the longest time. Then, I started making posters with it.
I’ve used so much of it lately, that I just had to order a new package from Amazon!
If you want a printable reference chart for your students, check out my printable list of perfect squares.
Free Download of More Perfect Squares Poster
Looking for more posters to help decorate your math classroom? Check out my posters page!
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