Types of Decimals Poster


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This Types of Decimals Bulletin Board Kit will help your class learn the different types of decimals and it will look BEAUTIFUL on your word wall with your anchor charts!

If you use the term “Terminating Decimal” instead of “Finite Decimal”, there is an alternate panel for that. There are also alternate panels for Nonterminating Decimal (Infinite Decimal), Periodic Decimal (Repeating Decimal), and Nonperiodic Decimal (Nonrepeating Decimal).

This is a black & white DIY poster.

Print the panels you want to use, cut them out, and assemble your bulletin board.

For best results, print on color paper or card stock and laminate.

If you want your posters to look exactly like mine, you need to print them on Astrobrights color paper.

The Easy Printing Guide makes printing this poster easy. The printing guide shows you which pages to print for each element of the bulletin board.

This poster is LARGE.

In the thumbnails I’ve shown you two options for the poster layout, measuring 23.5 inches tall and 84 inches wide for the long layout, and 44.5 inches tall and 42 inches wide for the stacked layout.

This is a GREAT way to decorate your upper elementary or middle school math classroom! Decorate and educate!

Having constant reminders on the wall can really help your students. They will appreciate it!

Most math posters are hard to read from the desks. They are usually too cluttered and the font is too small. Your class can’t even use them unless they are out of their seats and standing next to the wall.

My posters are LARGE and VIVID! They are easily read from the desks, or anywhere in the classroom. They are bold and readable!

Every math classroom should have this poster!

Try it in your classroom TODAY!