Classroom decoration and design inspiration
Here is a Practice Makes Better classroom poster to remind students that perfect is overrated. Great things happen when we work hard, get better and stop worrying about being perfect. Making mistakes is important and the way we grow, especially in math class. I hope this poster helps students remember this.
Are you looking for a last-minute, easy bulletin board? This is the one for you!This diverse bulletin board kit has very basic, easy to follow instructions so that you can have it up in no time at all. It includes greetings in the 10 most widely spoken languages in the USA as well as a wide range of...
5th grade students multiply 3-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers in this math activity that doubles as Halloween classroom décor. Each math pennant is in the shape of a ghost. The multiplication problems on each pennant vary in difficulty allowing you to easily differentiate. Once a pennant is complete, it can be hung along a string in your classroom to show the world that, "Hey, we know how to multiply!"
The Fridge was where my students could choose to hang their graded papers that made them feel proud. I loved this bulletin board because on harder days when one of my students felt he couldn't do the math, I could point to it as a reminder that "Yes, you CAN!" After posting on social media about a teacher hack to eliminate lamination glare, a friend who went back to the classroom this year asked if I'd make her some coordinate grid fridge letters like the ones in the video I shared.
In this post are lots of math classroom decoration ideas for middle and high school math classrooms, including links to a bunch of free math classroom decor printables. You'll see inspirational math posters, math word wall ideas, math bulletin boards and math classroom photos from teachers.