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Use this resource to create a large and vivid poster, bulletin board display, or anchor chart for your middle school math classroom!
This poster comes with multiple sizes and variations. Check out the preview to see all the different versions!
Order of Operations is a VITAL concept for upper elementary and middle school math students to master.
You can help remind them daily about the order of operations with this large, beautiful, DIY classroom poster!
There are multiple size options and variations.
This PDF resource is very easy to use! The printing guide and table of contents will help you find the panels you want to print. You can print the version that suits your classroom best based on your available wall space.
Then, assemble your display on a poster board, bulletin board, or directly on your wall.
Our posters are bold, vivid, and readable from anywhere in the classroom.
The math classroom posters that you're used to are hard to read from the desks. They are often cluttered with too much information! That's because traditional posters are confined to a single sheet.
Our DIY classroom posters print on multiple pages and you assemble it yourself.
This allows you to choose the colors, size, and information you want!
This poster prints in black & white.
If you want your poster to POP like mine, you need to print it on Astrobrights colored paper!
Every math classroom needs this poster, because every math student NEEDS this information!
Order of operations is one of the most vital pieces of information that an upper elementary math student will learn. It really helps to have the constant reminder on the wall!
Check out the dozens of perfect ratings - teachers LOVE this poster!
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