Help your upper elementary math class learn the different types of fractions with this eye-catching poster!
This resource is very easy to use!
The easy printing guide shows you which pages to print together to create a poster just like mine.
This is a black & white DIY poster.
Print the panels you want to use, cut out the pieces, 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. (#ad)
As pictured, the dimensions of this poster are 24″ wide and 21.5″ tall.
It will fit nicely on your bulletin board! Or you can display each of the three sections individually.
Most math classroom posters are hard to read from the desks.
They are usually crammed with too much information!
This poster is LARGE and VIVID – it will actually help your students, and will look BEAUTIFUL on your wall!
Try this poster in your classroom today:
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Thank you, and I hope you enjoy this poster!
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Graphing Inequalities Poster
Slope of a Line Poster
Adding & Subtracting Integers Posters