This graphing inequalities poster set will help your middle school math class learn inequalities.
And it will look GREAT on your wall!
This is a WONDERFUL resource!!! Ms. Harrison took care of everything and gives you different sizes so that you can choose how to use it. I made a poster and my kids loved it! It is very clear and they did not need much more from me. It visually clear making it easy to understand and apply! Thank you, I look forward to more unique math decor!! One of my favorite purchases this year.Alison N.
Having a constant reminder on the wall can really help your class
Any 6th, 7th, 8th, or 9th grade math class could benefit from this bulletin board!
I have this hanging in my classroom and my students appreciate anchor charts that apply to what they are currently learning. Works well with the All Things Algebra curriculum.Deborah C.
This is a printable DIY poster.
Print the panels you want to use, cut them out, and assemble your poster. The printing guide makes it easy to print the pieces you want to use.
For best results, laminate before mounting on your wall.
Two versions included.
If you want your black & white poster to look exactly like mine, you need to print it on Astrobrights color paper. (affiliate link)
The color version of the poster should be printed on white paper or card stock. I love the Astrobrights confetti white card stock! (affiliate link)
It’s SO MUCH BETTER than regular white card stock!
This is a new favorite of mine. My students struggled with inequalities and these posters helped during our review for the FSA.Danielle C.
Most math classroom posters are hard for your students to read.
The text is usually too small and they are often cramped with too much information. Your class can’t even read them unless they are out of their seats!
These posters are LARGE and VIVID!
You can easily see them from the desks or from anywhere in the room. They will really help your class, because your class will be able to read them.
And they will look GREAT on your bulletin board!
Absolutely perfect to help students remember the import parts of inequalities! Love that it can be printed on colored paper 🙂Kimberly N.
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Students always have trouble remembering the rules for graphing inequalities and this is a great way to get the information for students to visualize.Caroline M.
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