Help your middle school math class learn the types of slope with this beautiful bulletin board poster!
It covers the four types of slope – positive, negative, zero, and undefined.
There are extra panels in case you want to increase the size of your poster to take up a small bulletin board.
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. (affiliate link)
You can use these poster pieces in many different ways!
You can mount them on a poster board, you can staple them directly to your bulletin board, laminate them and attach directly to your wall or whiteboard, or use them to create your own anchor chart!
Most math classroom posters are hard to read from the desks.
Usually, students can’t even read math classroom posters unless they’re standing next to the wall!
This poster is LARGE and VIVID! You can read it from anywhere in the classroom.
This poster has a PERFECT rating on TPT.
Check out two of the perfect reviews:
I had these displayed on my cabinet door throughout the year and I’d often catch the students referring to them during our slope unit. Great resource!-Jessica C.
I love this entire series of posters! Very informative, with a clean and crisp look! Thank you!-Middle School Fanatic
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