- Decorate your entire math classroom with my complete bundle of bulletin board posters. They're better than any math posters you have ever seen! Most math classroom posters are hard to read from the desks. Your students can't even read them unless they're out of their seats and standing next to th$156.23$79.99Save $76.24
Invisible Math is hanging in THOUSANDS of classrooms across the world. Why? Because it makes your life easier!
Are your students constantly forgetting those invisible 1's in math?
Take a few minutes to go over invisible math with your class. Be sure to put the invisible math posters on your classroom wall right away so students can refer to them all year!
The posters make a great bulletin board, and this resource includes title tiles for your display.
I used to have students write invisible math notes in their interactive notebook at the beginning of the school year. Then, they could refer to their invisible math notes throughout the year.
Try giving a invisible math handout to your students instead to save some time. It can easily be added to an interactive notebook, or binder.
Included in Invisible Math: Invisible Math Posters, Invisible Math Handout Options, Invisible Ones Posters, and Letters for Invisible Math Posters Title.
- There is a decimal point at the end of every whole number.
- There is a positive sign to the left of every number with no sign.
- There is a denominator of one for all numbers.
- There is a coefficient of one in front of any variables with no number already there.
- There is an exponent of one on every number.
- Any nonzero number to the zero power equals one.
- There is a multiplication sign between every coefficient and variable.
- If there is a negative one to the left of a variable, it is the same as negative one times the variable.
- Every radical has an index of two unless there is another index.
- One over a variable is the same as the variable to the negative first power.
- Multiplication Signs
- Division Signs
- A negative outside an absolute value symbol is the same as negative one times the absolute value. (New 2019)
- A negative outside a number in parentheses is the same as negative one times the number in parentheses. (New 2019)
- Use the distributive property. Multiply the outside number times each of the terms inside the parentheses. (New 2019)
Use the distributive property. A negative outside the parentheses is the same as negative one times each term inside parentheses. (New 2019)
- All of the posters scaled down on one page with page borders.
- All of the posters scaled down on one page with no page borders.
- The information from the posters organized in a table - completely filled out.
- The information form the posters organized in a table - partially filled out. (4 options)
- Empty table
- The invisible math facts written out with examples (New 2019)
- Worksheet option without the large title (New 2019)
- Poster: Invisible Ones - Option 1 (color in the ones)
- Poster: Invisible Ones - Option 2 (color in the ones)
- Invisible ones posters with the ones colored in (New 2019)
- Poster: There is a coefficient of one for every variable (color in the ones)
- Poster: There is a denominator of one for every number (color in the ones)
- Poster: There is an exponent of one for every number (color in the ones)
- Letters for a title including: INVISIBLE MATH ?!* ONES (4 to a page)
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