Geometry bulletin boards

Geometry bulletin boards DEFAULT
Below are interactive bulletin boards prepared by students in my Methods of Teaching Secondary Mathematics class over the past few years. For a larger photo, directions, and a worksheet for each, simply click on the one of your choice.

Although these bulletins boards were designed for specific subjects and topics, the construction and interactive ideas can be adapted to virtually any subject and topic.



THE MATHEMATICS 500
by Tom Danner
Subject: Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, and Basic Math
Topic: Review


DIGIT SYMMETRY
by Stephen Lenceski
Subject: Pre-Algebra
Topic: Reflection & Symmetry


WHAT’S THE PATTERN...
by Brooke Markle
Subject: 7th Grade Math
Topic: Number Patterns & Pascal’s Triangle



PLAY BALL
by Rick Pearce
Subject: 7th Grade Math
Topic: Ratio & Proportion; Conversion between Fractions & Decimals


ACTIVITIES ON THE CARTESIAN PLANE
by Melody Bienfang
Subject: Geometry (8th Grade)
Topic: Plotting Points & Areas of Shapes


PLANETARY PYTHAGORAS
by Jacquelyn Hanford
Subject: Algebra
Topic: Pythagorean Theorem



UNLEASH YOUR POWER
by Alicia Hull
Subject: Pre-Algebra or Algebra
Topic: Using Algebraic Equations; Converting Units; Mean, Median, & Mode


ESTIMATION VS CALCULATION
by Sara Karahoca
Subject: 6th Grade Math
Topic: Estimation vs Calculation; Geometry


HIGH-FLYING ALGEBRAISTS
by Christina Klucharich
Subject: Algebra 2
Topic: Radicals, Exponents, Polynomials, Matrices, & Inequalities



PRIME TIME
by Frank Kuhns
Subject: Pre-Algebra
Topic: Finding Prime Numbers


ALL-STAR MATH
by Ron Lise
Subject: 8th Grade General Math
Topic: Evaluating Percentages Based on Data


OPERATION: EQUATION
by Jayme Mahle
Subject: 8th Grade Algebra
Topic: Order of Operations (in Equations)



PROBABILITY AND PATTERNS WITH PASCAL
by Amy Miller
Subject: Algebra 3 (Probability & Patterns)
Topic: Pascal’s Triangle


PRO BOWL INEQUALITIES
by Jon Ruppert
Subject: Algebra 1
Topic: Inequalities


SIMON SAYS...
by Cody Schuler
Subject: High School Math
Topic: Logic



LICENSE PLATE FACTORY
by Rob Shields
Subject: Algebra 2
Topic: Counting Principles


SIMPLY SIMPLIFY AND
. . .BINGO!

by Lizzie Shultz
Subject: Algebra
Topic: Simplifying Algebraic Fractions


THE PYRAMATH GAME
by Jonathan Siswojo
Subject: Pre-Algebra
Topic: Solving Equations



WEIGHING INEQUALITIES
by Becky Smith
Subject: Pre-Algebra
Topic: Formulating Inequalities


BUZZ WORTHY!
by Amber Snyder
Subject: 7th Grade Integrated Math
Topic: Solving Radical Equations & Simplifying Radical Expressions


AMAZING AREA!
by Robin Fink
Subject: Pre-Algebra
Topic: Area



PROBABILITY OR LUCK?
by Michael Geiswhite
Subject: 12th Grade Statistics
Topic: Probability


TRICKY TRIANGLE
by Audrey Gerber
Subject: Pre-Algebra
Topic: Multiples, Pascal's Triangle


TRIANGULATE IN THE WILD
by Dave Kupsis
Subject: Geometry
Topic: Construction of a Triangle



ST. PATRICK’S DAY ADVENTURE
by Denise Noll
Subject: Pre-Algebra & Geometry
Topic: Circumference, Measurement, & Advanced Calculations


POOL ANGLES
by Ryan O’Donnell
Subject: 8th Grade Math
Topic: Measuring & Identifying Angles


MT. FACTOR
by Randy Chilcoat
Subject: 7th Grade General Math
Topic: Finding Factors of Numbers



T OR F
by Angela Davis
Subject: Pre-Calculus
Topic: Logic


FALLING INTO AREA
by Missy Ebling
Subject: 10th Grade Geometry
Topic: Area of Rectangles, Triangles, Circles, Ellipses, Spheres, and Trapezoids


MAGIC SQUARES
by Emily Freed
Subject: Algebra I
Topic: Magic Squares



FOILING WITH FEATHERS
by Meghan Ghaffari
Subject: Algebra I
Topic: Multiplying Binomials Using the FOIL Method


SHINING LIGHT ON ANGLES
by Hilary Haubrich
Subject: 9th Grade Geometry
Topic: Measuring Angles & Right Triangles


MATH MAGIC!
by Brad Ingraham
Subject: 7th or 8th Grade Pre-Algebra
Topic: Probability With and Without Replacement



EQUATIONS STRIKE BACK
by Scott Kallal
Subject: 8th Grade Algebra
Topic: Solving Quadratic Equations and Using the FOIL Method


THE M&M'S OF MATH
by Mallary Kamen
Subject: 7th Grade Data Analysis
Topic: Mean, Median, and Mode


SOLVING EQUATIONS SUPERBOWL
by Jeff Kerchner
Subject: Pre-Algebra/Algebra
Topic: Solving Simple Algebraic Equations



FALLING INTO DATA
by Megan Kerr
Subject: Algebra
Topic: Stem and Leaf Plots


LIBRA'S METRIC SCALES
by Vi Nguyen
Subject: 7th Grade General Math
Topic: Metric System Conversions


FIBONACCI CONNECTIONS
by Todd O’Neill
Subject: Pre-Algebra, Geometry, or General Math
Topic: Fibonacci Sequence



LUCK OF THE ROLL
by Jessica Paulas
Subject: Pre-Algebra
Topic: Probability


THE DECIMAL.COM MATH BOWL
by Nathan Staub
Subject: 7th Grade General Math
Topic: Adding and Subtracting Decimals


MATH MADNESS
by Christopher Velas
Subject: 8th Grade Statistics
Topic: Mean, Median, and Mode



MONSTER MATH
by LeeAnn Watts
Subject: Probability and Statistics
Topic: Introduction to Probability


POLAR COORDINATES
by Christy Williams
Subject: Trigonometry
Topic: Graphing in the Polar Coordinate System



PATTERNS OF HANOI
by Matt Farr
Subject: Algebra/Geometry
Topic: Discovery of Patterns


TRAVELING NEW YORK CITY
by Justin Kast
Subject: Middle School Mathematics
Topic: Measurement, Computation, and Scaling


SCRAMBLED EGGS
by Sasha Merkel
Subject: 8th-9th Grade General Math
Topic: Logical Reasoning in Problem Solving



NAME THAT LINE
by Pat Sabino
Subject: Algebra
Topic: Linear Equations


What Are The Odds?
by Stas Walerski
Subject: Algebra II
Topic: Probability


SHAPES OF SPRING
by Jen Wiand
Subject: Geometry
Topic: Volumes of Three-Dimensional Shapes



I SCREAM FOR ICE CREAM
by Abby Bloss
Subject: Algebra I
Topic: Graphing Functions and then Finding the Maximum and Minimum


FIBONACCI IN THE FOREST
by Jenna DiCarlo
Subject: Pre-Algebra
Topic: Fibonacci Series


MATH FUNHOUSE
by Kelly Keenan
Subject: Algebra I
Topic: Factoring Monomials & Binomials



ARE YOU READY FOR SOME MATHBALL?
by Shaunna Knepp
Subject: Algebra
Topic: Writing Variable Expressions & Writing and Evaluating Equations


LET IT SNOW
by Tracey Rickert
Subject: Algebra II
Topic: Distance Between Two Points, Slope of a Line, & Distance Between a Point and a Line


WHICH WITCH?
by Tara Smith
Subject: Trigonometry
Topic: Graphing Conics Using a Graphing Calculator



MATH MAZE
by Justin Vallone
Subject: Pre-Algebra
Topic: Multiplication of Negative Numbers


FACTORING IS FUN!
by Émilie Yorke
Subject: Algebra I
Topic: Factoring Equations


SPRING REDUCTIONS
by Bob Biese
Subject: Algebra
Topic: Reducing Radicals & Fractions



SIERPINSKI MEETS PASCAL
by Karen Guellich
Subject: Algebra I
Topic: Sierpinski’s Triangle & Pascal’s Triangle


MONKEY BUSINESS
by Chrissy Procopio
Subject: Algebra I
Topic: Factoring & Solving Equations


MATH HUNT
by Sam Schuld
Subject: Calculus
Topic: Derivatives & Integrals


TRAVEL TO EGYPT
by Sara Tracy
Subject: Algebra
Topic: Problem Solving Using Egyptian Numerals


PLAY POKER PROBABILITY
by Annette Busack
Subject: Algebra II
Topic: Probability

MATH MOUNTAIN
by Mike Dunkle
Subject: Algebra or
Pre-Algebra
Topic: Solving Equations



STOCK MARKET CHALLENGE
by Ken Eicheldinger
Subject: 7th or 8th Grade General Math
Topic: Percentages



THE EXCHANGE IS RIGHT
by Jamie Hill
Subject: Algebra I
Topic: Ratios & Converting Units


12 DAYS TIL CHRISTMATH
by Rachael Kanusky
Subject: Geometry
Topic: Area



JUMP AND COMPARE INTEGERS
by Ben Kettlewell
Subject: 7th Grade Math
Topic: Comparing Integers


THANKSGIVING LOGIC
by Chris Kavcak
Subject: General Math
Topic: Logic


THE EQUATION ODYSSEY
by Julia Marusiak
Subject: Algebra I
Topic: Solving Equations


FALLING INTO MATH
by Greg Mitchell
Subject: Pre-Algebra
Topic: Equations, Fractions, Decimals, & Percents


THE MATH DETECTIVE
by Sara Otis
Subject: 7th Grade Math
Topic: Converting Fractions, Decimals, & Percents


MR. AREA’S CONNECTION
by Jenny Perrin
Subject: Geometry
Topic: Areas of Polygons



DO THE TWIST!
by Kerry Snyder
Subject: Algebra II
Topic: Recursive Formulas for Sequences


TRIG OR TREAT!!!
by Caitlin Sublette
Subject: Trigonometry
Topic: Finding Trig Values


HOLE IN 1
by David Finnerty
Subject: 8th Grade
General Math
Topic: Plotting Points, Angles, & Reflections



SUM OF ANGLES
by Mollie McGeary
Subject: 7th Grade
Pre-Algebra
Topic: Sum of Angles of Polygons


COOKING WITH MATH
by Jen Slotter
Subject: Grade 6-7
General Math
Topic: Common Denominators


MISSION 2 MARS
by Jeremy Smoyer
Subject: Algebra
Topic: Scientific Notation



FUNCTION MACHINE
by Tracey Steele
Subject: Algebra I
Topic: Concept of Function & Patterns


LEAPIN’ LARRY’S RISE FOR FLIES
by Michael Tanczos
Subject: Pre-Algebra
Topic: Graphing Ordered Pairs & Slope


TESSELLATIONS
by Magen Winters
Subject: Geometry
Topic: Regular Tesselations



THE QUADRATIC
LINE-UP

by Maureen Alexander
Subject: Algebra
Topic: Solving Quadratic Equations


SOLUTION STAR SEARCH
by Debbie Blanchard
Subject: Advanced Algebra
Topic: Solving Equations Using Quadratic Methods


MATHEMATICIAN SQUARES!
by Michael Duarte
Subject: Grade 7 Math
Topic: Assorted


ALL ROADS LEAD TO X
by Russ Edmonds
Subject: Algebra I
Topic: Solving Quadratic Equations


SHAPE UP
by Rob Schwindt
Subject: Geometry
Topic: 2-Dimensional Shapes


PUMPKIN PI
by Amy Wolfe
Subject: 7th Grade Geometry
Topic: Discovering Pi


ALWAYS, SOMETIMES, NEVER
by Marty DiCicco
Subject: 7th-8th Grade Math
Topic: Data Relationships


WHO WANTS TO BE A MATHEMATICIAN?
by Lorraine Stetzel
Subject: Pre-Algebra
Topic: Skills & Concepts


LAUGH WITH MATH
by Jacque Cummings
Subject: Pre-Algebra
Topic: Circle Graphs


PLANES, TRAINS, & AUTOMOBILES
by Dave Stahler
Subject: Topics in Math
Topic: Personal Finance


CLOTHESLINE MATH
by Dee Stankavish
Subject: Algebra I
Topic: Solving Equations


WALK THE LINE
by Dan Tothero
Subject: Algebra I
Topic: Graphing Lines


SURFACE AREA SIZZLERS!
by Ellen Navitsky
Subject: Geometry
Topic: Surface Area


WHO'S WHO?
by Sarah Melcher
Subject: General Math
Topic: History of Math


TIC-TAC-MATH
by Tiffany Angstadt
Subject: General Math
Topic: Basic Operations



KENTUCKY MATH DERBY
by Keri Jeanes
Subject: Algebra I
Topic: Polynomials


CRYTPO-SOLVE IT
by Carly Moyer
Subject: Algebra I
Topic: One-Step Equations


ARE YOU GAME?
by Jesse Whitehouse
Subject: Pre-Algebra
Topic: Assorted Calculations


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42 Amazing Math Bulletin Board Ideas For Your Classroom

Math is one of the core subjects taught at all grade levels. It’s also one of those subjects where students need visuals to help them learn and retain information. That’s where math bulletin boards come in! Create a few visually appealing math-themed boards to remind your students of math concepts in a fun, eye-pleasing, memory-making way.

Here are over 42 fun math bulletin boards!

1. List problem-solving strategies

Students learn numerous strategies for problem-solving. Create a bulletin board reminding students of all these strategies. When homework or test time comes around, students can simply glance at the bulletin board to remind them to draw a picture, to figure out a subtraction problem, or make a list to find the answer to a word problem.

2. Make it scientific

A periodic table to elements doesn’t have to stay in the science classroom! Create a table of math elements to remind students what each part of a problem is. Not only is this visually appealing, but it will help students remember important math vocabulary, including types of angles and shapes, decimals, and the different terms in geometry.

3. Teach math language

There are many terms associated with addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division that students need to know and remember when reading math problems from their textbook. A table of math language on a bulletin board can be just the thing to help get these terms into their brains. Separate the board into four sections and hang up those key terms. When students see them on a math problem, the board will help them remember what method they need to use to solve the problem.

4. Make a word wall

Word walls are typically used to teach spelling and vocabulary words, but they can be useful in teaching math terms as well. If your math class is learning about fractions, hang up decorations related to those key math terms. Add some visual aids and your students will find learning a new and tricky concept much easier and more fun.

5. Show that math is useful

Teachers have all heard the old, “What will I ever use this for?” lamentation in response to hard math. Create a bulletin board showing how useful math is in all areas of life. Choose several professions or activities and write a short description of how math is used. You’ll see the lightbulbs going off as students realize just how important math really is.

6. Tell a number story

Make a kid-centered bulletin board by having students create their own number stories. This can be a great get-to-know-you activity at the beginning a new math class. It also gives students a visual way to introduce themselves with numbers.

7. Use a math-themed alphabet

All primary school teachers have an alphabet posted somewhere in their classroom. Why not use a math-themed alphabet? Students will still have access to an alphabet, but they will also learn the definitions of 26 math concepts.

8. Go on a treasure hunt

Create a math-themed treasure hunt, such as adding and subtracting fractions or adding and subtracting money. As students solve problems, they will get closer to the treasure, which could be a fun math activity as a class or a little extra recess.

9. Do an art project

Teach math concepts with a fun art project in place of book work. Robots, for example, can be used to teach how to find the area of a shape in an entertaining and visual way. It’s more fun and more likely that kids will remember the lesson. These math bulletin boards are so fun and visually appealing!

10. Set some math goals

Ring in the new year or start a new school year by having your students make some math resolutions. Perhaps they want to memorize all the multiplication facts or become better at fractions. Create a fun party-themed bulletin board celebrating all these future accomplishments.

11. Tell some jokes

Kids love jokes, and they love to laugh, so incorporate some math jokes into a bulletin board for some added classroom fun. Even better – use math jokes that also teach or reinforce a math concept you’ve already taught.

12. Use candy

Replace the actual name of a package of candy with a math pun leading students to the answer. Hang up the new and math improved candy wrappers on a bulletin board. Students will have a ton of fun trying to figure out what kind of candy each one is.

13. Make a math word game

Create a game that encourages students to find key math terms hidden in a puzzle of letters. Take the lesson even further by having students write the definitions or show an example of each word they find.

14. Show place value

Place value is one of those math concepts that is tricky to remember because students must go backwards instead of forward as they might when solving other math equations. A bulletin board that colorfully illustrates place value is a great way to help students learn and remember this tricky math concept.

15. Make wanted posters

This is a great bulletin board for teaching geometrical concepts. Students choose a shape and then create a wanted poster describing that shape. The posters will become a learning guide for the other students. Kids are much more likely to recall the characteristics of each shape this way versus simply reading the definitions from a math book.

16. Track student progress

Set up a bulletin board that keeps track of student progress as they memorize their addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division facts. Once all the students have mastered their facts, the class can celebrate with an ice cream party. Talk about fun!

17. Display art arrays

Arrays can be a visually stunning way to teach students how to multiply. Instead of simply having students draw circles or squares, however, turn the task into an art project. Create arrays that look like windows on high rise buildings and create math bulletin boards of downtown scenes. Or use donut shapes and have students make arrays filling boxes with donuts. In addition to being fun, these visual images will stick with students as they do their multiplication homework.

18. Make mistakes

The old saying tells us that mistakes are proof we are trying, but students rarely enjoy making those mistakes. Instead, you make the mistakes! Hang up several math problems on a bulletin board and see if students can find the mistakes. Once students find the them, encourage them to solve the problem correctly.

19. Use pictures

Teach hard math concepts, such as the Pythagorean theorem, using pictures. Even older students enjoy the chance to draw and color, and this can be combined with solving the actual problem as well. Once complete, the pictures can hang on a bulletin board to help teach other students how to solve similar problems.

20. Make it a challenge

Set up a math challenge on a bulletin board. Students will complete a series of tasks to solve the problem. As they solve, they can color or get clues to solve one last tricky math equation. Students will love to do math with this engaging bulletin board!

21. Show an example

Remind students of the method for solving a new concept, such as long division, with a large example on a bulletin board. Break the problem down into steps and use key terms to help students remember how to solve equations.

22. Practice telling time

Post several clocks on a bulletin board that tell students what time different subjects and activities begin. This is a great way for students to practice recognizing time, and it can also prevent those “how long until…” questions!

23. Celebrate great work

Instead of a refrigerator to display excellent work, create “The Fridge” on a bulletin board. Allow students to hang math assignments or tests they are especially proud of on the board. Even better – you choose a few great examples and praise those students for their hard work.

24. Teach math talk

Teach students how to talk themselves through hard math problems by putting questions they can ask on display. Often, thinking about different ways to figure out an answer is all it takes to encourage students to keep working until they are successful.

25. Give them the answer

Create a bulletin board showcasing your students’ word problem solving skills. Give each students a blank word problem drawing and writing page with an answer written on it. Students will then create a word problem that gets them to the answer provided.

26. Make a giant timeline

Reinforce the concept of telling time by having students make clocks on paper plates to create a timeline of the day. Each paper plate will show a time that the class does something, such as go to recess or have math class. Students can also illustrate what the students are doing at each time.

27. Hang some memes

Kids love memes! There are so many math memes out there, and you can use them to create fun math bulletin boards. Invite students to find and bring in memes to add to the board.

28. Make reference rings

Put together some little reference cards showing students the steps in a certain type of problem or defining key math terms. When students get stuck on a problem, they can grab a reference ring to help them figure it out.

29. Have kids make it

Who says you have to make all the bulletin boards? Give students a subject, such as patterns, and have them create a board. Research suggests that when kids teach a concept, they are much more likely to remember it. It’s a win-win – you save time creating the board, and the students remember what you’ve taught them!

30. Play Sudoku

This number strategy game is a great way to build in some extra math practice. Hang a large sudoku grid on a bulletin board and allow students to make a move when they have a few minutes of free time.

31. Show that math can be magic

Hang up some math concepts that seem quite magical! In addition to being eye-catching, students will also learn a lot about math concepts that only look tricky. Once they understand the magic, the problems will be a lot easier to solve.

32. Use cute pictures

A cute bulletin board is sure to catch the attention of your students. Using fun graphics will entice students to look at the board, and, while they are looking, they will also be learning!

33. Make it hands-on

Reinforce addition with a hands-on math problem. Perhaps you’ll use marshmallows in hot cocoa or conversation hearts in February. Give students an addition problem and have them solve it using the hands-on manipulatives. Then they can glue them onto a picture, and you’ll have an easy and fun bulletin board.

34. Uncover hidden math

There are so many math rules that can trick up your students. Reveal those hidden concepts with math bulletin boards. The students will be able to use the bulletin board as a resource during math class, which will boost their overall understanding of those tricky math concepts.

35. Find math in nature

Take a few pictures of math in nature, such as a number made from leaves or rocks or a geometrical shape in the clouds. Invite students to find math in nature, take a picture, and bring it in to add to your nature math bulletin board.

36. Make shape monsters

Showing flashcards is one way to teach 2D shapes, but a fun art project is a more effective way to ensure your students remember the lesson. Have students create shape monsters using several different shapes. Students should describe their monsters to the rest of the class using the names of the shapes they created. Hang the monsters on a bulletin board to help students remember what they’ve learned.

37. Remind students to check their work

Much of math is going back and checking work to make sure students have reached the correct answer. Use something relevant to students, such as a selfie, to help them remember the steps to checking their work properly. Chances are this bulletin board will result in more careful work from your students!

38. Put it on the floor

Don’t limit yourself to bulletin boards on the wall. Instead, create a practice hopscotch board on the floor for students to work on math concepts. They can hop fractions from 0 to 1 or hop as they skip count by 2s, 5s, or 10s. Whatever they are practicing will be more fun and engaging because they get to jump while they do it.

39. Give them a true or false mission

Provide students with a number and several math problems. Their job is to figure out which math problems result in the number you’ve given them, and which ones don’t. Display their work on the board to show the many ways their number can be reached.

40. Keep track of data

Keeping track of your students’ data doesn’t have to be boring. It doesn’t have to be kept in a notebook either! Instead, post the grids and graphs on a bulletin board and have students color in their sections as they reach their math goals and objectives. You’ll be able to quickly see your students’ progress and your classroom will look extra beautiful at the same time!

41. Give a math-themed reminder

Teach students other things, such as kindness, using math-themed bulletin boards. A giant calculator can be the starting point for any number of reminders, such as “Calculate Kindness.”

42. Show off what students can do

Give your students eye-pleasing, fun templates and have them solve problems right on them. Once the kids color them or add accents, you’ll have ready-made bulletin board pieces that both look good and show how awesome and smart your students are!

Math bulletin boards make any classroom more fun and enjoyable. You can make math come alive with these ideas – or use them to spark new ideas to make math more fun for your students!

What’s on your teacher wish list? Let’s discuss in the #teacherlife community.

42 Amazing Math Bulletin Board Ideas For Your Classroom
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 Two Geometry Bulletin Boards

Two Geometry Bulletin BoardsCreating bulletin boards for the school hallway can be a real challenge. Not only must they look impressive, but they also have to show students are learning important skills. This post two bulletin boards that were created for geometry.

Oh Geome-tree

Bulletin Board IdeaStudents really enjoyed creating this bulletin board. Not only was it quick and easy to put together, but the finished product also looks great!

Geometry Bulletin Board Idea

3D Figures

3D Geometric Shapes

This project was super simple to create, yet an effective learning tool. Students created the 3-D figures by assembling mini marshmallows and toothpicks. Next students glued the completed figures onto construction paper. We pinned these to a bulletin board. The finished project looked amazing.

3D Geometric Shapes Made with Toothpicks and Mini Marahmallows

FREE Geometry Resources

Get the FREE geometry materials. Two interactive notebook printables and a Smartboard presentation.

Do you still need more? Check out this resource found on Teachers Pay Teachers.

Check out this great geometry product from Teachers Pay Teachers.

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BULLETIN BOARDS IDEAS FOR SCHOOLS //Teacher Eleyna
I have worked as a media specialist in the elementary, middle and high school. The most creative teachers by far are those in the elementary school. Their bulletin boards are always eye-catching. They are constantly changing the displays and are never short on ideas. In gathering this list of resources for bulletin board ideas, I found that most of the lists are for K-6 teachers. Perhaps middle and high school teachers can modify some of the suggestions...

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