Help your upper elementary or middle school math class learn strategies for determining greatest common factor with this eye-catching poster!
It will look BEAUTIFUL in your classroom and will really help your students!
This is a black & white DIY poster.
Print the panels, cut them out, and assemble your poster. For best results, print on color paper or card stock and then laminate.
If you want your poster to look exactly like mine, you need to print it on Astrobrights color paper. (affiliate link)
This is a LARGE poster.
As pictured, it measures 38.5 inches wide and 40 inches tall.
If you don’t have enough extra room and you want your poster to be smaller, just print it at a smaller scale. For example, if you print it at 50% scale, your poster will be 20 inches tall and 19.25 inches wide.
The Easy Printing Guide makes printing your poster a breeze.
Don’t waste any paper or ink – use the Easy Printing Guide to print the exact pages you want on the color that you want.
Most math classroom posters are hard to read from the desks.
They are usually too small and cluttered with too much information. Your class practically needs to be out of their seats and standing next to the wall to read them. What’s the point?
My posters are LARGE and VIVID! You can easily see them from the desks or from anywhere in the classroom. They will really help your students – having a constant reminder on the wall can be very helpful.
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