I created this as an extension activity for my math lessons. My students love creating their own anchor charts and posters to demonstrate their knowledge of a topic. I believe that sometimes, students can learn better from their peers than they can from me. Their peers may explain things in a way that makes more sense to them. The math concept poster challenges students to make their own "anchor chart" of that day's lesson. Students must provide a title, a definition (in their own words), an equation and a word problem that demonstrate the concept taught that day. My administration wants to see us challenging our students and asking them to come up with their own word problems. My students love creating their own math concept posters, and I hang them up in our math center. If a student did a particularly good job on their math concept poster, I will ask them to share it with the class at the end of a lesson. I make a lot of copies of this and keep it in a bin- they can be applied to almost any math lesson.