A great starting place to find inspiration for what your math classroom can look like these. Photos like the ones on this site take you on a tour of many classrooms to show how your classroom walls can inspire and encourage student success.
Many secondary teachers feel they must choose between decorations that are juvenile or decorations that are boring. But there is a third option! We’ve scoured the internet for creative classroom décor that is appropriate for grades 6 -12. Below are our 8 favorite ideas for secondary classroom décor.
Your math classroom decorations can be more than pretty. They can also serve as awesome learning tools! This set of classroom decorations show you attractive, interesting options that pique your students senses and their brains. One of my favorites is a customizable clock where students have to calculate a math problem in order to be able to read the clock!
Bring some holiday cheer into your math classroom! Here are step-by-step instructions for holiday themed math projects you can do yourself – or even better done by your students as a fun Friday project or on the final day of the marking period. Some examples include gold geometric sculpture ornaments, conic felt tree table centerpieces, and cubic ornament paintings.
Decorations are not necessary to be an effective math teacher, but they are an effective way to make a great first impression especially if you are teaching in a school for the first time. In this first person account, a teacher created a 17-photo before and after photo essay of how a classroom can be transformed from cold and barren to warm and inviting