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Slope of a Line Bulletin Board Poster and Handout

Help your class learn slope of a line with this eye-catching poster!

This bulletin board poster will look BEAUTIFUL on your wall and will really help your students.

You and your math class will LOVE this slope of a line poster.  Slope of a line is a difficult concept for some students.  This bulletin board poster will really help them and it will look GREAT on your wall!
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Multiple versions of the poster are included in your download.

Use the one that works best for you and your class! There’s a completely blank grid, a partially completed grid, and a completely filled out grid.

You and your math class will LOVE this slope of a line poster.  Slope of a line is a difficult concept for some students.  This bulletin board poster will really help them and it will look GREAT on your wall!

An identical handout is included with your poster that also has multiple versions.

Use the blank version as a worksheet for your class or use the completed version as a handout for their math notebook.

You and your math class will LOVE this slope of a line poster.  Slope of a line is a difficult concept for some students.  This bulletin board poster will really help them and it will look GREAT on your wall!

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 and your math class will LOVE this slope of a line poster.  Slope of a line is a difficult concept for some students.  This bulletin board poster will really help them and it will look GREAT on your wall!

When assembled, the poster pieces line up perfectly for an appealing look. This poster fits PERFECTLY on a poster board!

As pictured, the completed poster is 28″ wide and 22″ tall.

Most math classroom posters are hard to read from the desks.

They are usually too crowded! The students can’t even read them unless they are standing next to the wall.

You and your math class will LOVE this slope of a line poster.  Slope of a line is a difficult concept for some students.  This bulletin board poster will really help them and it will look GREAT on your wall!

This poster is LARGE and VIVID! You will be able to read it from anywhere in the classroom!

This Poster has a PERFECT Rating on TPT!

Here are just two of the many perfect reviews:

This was a great visual resource for my students! We referred back to it throughout the year in my Math 8 class. I printed it on astrobright paper like recommended and it looked AMAZING! It has all the necessary details but it large enough to see across the room.

-Samantha J.

I have a lot of visual learners in my classroom and I referred to this poster frequently when we talked about slope. I’d often catch students looking at this poster throughout our slope lessons, as well, so the purpose was served ten-fold!

-Jessica C.
You and your math class will LOVE this slope of a line poster.  Slope of a line is a difficult concept for some students.  This bulletin board poster will really help them and it will look GREAT on your wall!

This poster will really help your students and will look BEAUTIFUL on your wall!

Download the Slope Poster NOW:

The Slope of a Line Poster is available for download in two places:

  1. My Math Resources on Teachers Pay Teachers
  2. Right 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!

Either way, your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed – by downloading directly from My Math Resources, you’re giving me the maximum amount of support!

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Thank you, and I hope you enjoy this poster!

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