This math symbols mosaic poster is simply enormous.
It’s a lot of work to assemble, but it will really STAND OUT in your classroom or in your hallway.
It will help your math students learn and remember new symbols and it will give your wall a POP of color!
As pictured, it measures 8.5 feet wide by 5.5 feet tall.
And I didn’t use all of the poster panels that are included. You could make yours even bigger!
This is a black & white DIY poster.
Print the panels you want to use, cut them out, and assemble your poster. For best results, print on color paper or card stock and laminate.
If you want your poster to look exactly like mine, you need to print it on Astrobrights color paper.
You can assemble this poster any way you want.
Use the easy printing guide to print the specific panels you want to use.
Put it together the same way I did or in a way that’s pleasing to you!
The panels fit together no matter how you place them, because the edges don’t need to be even – the poster you create will be totally unique to you.
Make your poster as large or as small as you want.
Use more or fewer panels to change the size, or to make it even smaller, you can change your printer settings to print at 75% or 50%.
Make your own unique creation!
Try this poster in your classroom TODAY:
This poster is available for download in two places:
- Amy Harrison on Teachers Pay Teachers
- Here on mymathresources.com
Both downloads are identical in every way. If you download this resource directly from me, your purchase goes much further toward supporting My Math Resources!
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Thank you, and I hope you enjoy this poster!
You might also like some of my other math classroom decor:
Invisible Math Posters
4 Quadrant Coordinate Plane Poster and Handout
PEMDAS Order of Operations Poster
Divisibility Rules Poster
Percent, Decimal, and Fraction Conversions Posters & Handout
Operations Key Words Vocabulary Posters
Graphing Inequalities Poster
Slope of a Line Poster
One Quadrant Coordinate Plane Poster and Handout