# Middle school math classroom decorations

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Middle school math classroom decorations. Get inspired and try out new things.

### About this item Educational - Understanding angles is crucial to understanding geometry as a whole. This handy poster shows 9 basic angles in geometry (acute, right, obtuse, straight, reflex, adjacent, complementary, supplementary and vertical) with definitions and illustrations for each. It also has a handy sidebar that tells the definition of an angle, parts of an angle, and degrees A Must Have - Our educational math anchor chart is a must have for any middle school geometry class. Angles…

Lois Pledger saved to Homeschool

### You want your classroom to be a colorful, cozy, and inviting learning space. You’d love to have a cohesive theme or at least a color scheme, so everything looks put together. But are themes childish? Aren’t middle schoolers too old for classroom decor?

Michele Freeze saved to JSS

### 20 Supplies for the math classroom. - Must have math teacher supplies to stock your classroom!

Shannon Freedland saved to Math ideas

### As a teacher, there is so much to do when it comes to setting up the classroom, that it is hard to know where to start! Over the course of my first six years of teaching middle school math, a few of these classroom projects have become staples in my classroom. In this post, I plan to share a few of these ideas. (1) Assignment Notebook Board The first thing my middle school students do (or should be doing!) when they come to class is fill out their assignment notebooks. With some ruler tape…

Sheena Bostic saved to Middle

### Today, on the blog, I am sharing 15 of my favorite Amazon finds that I use in my classroom.

### Be sure to visit my store for the back to school sale on 8/20! All of my doodle notes (even already reduced ones) are on sale for 25% off...

Jennifer Haugsjaahabink saved to Science classroom

### I've written a lot about the benefits I've seen come from hanging student work and math reference materials. But I didn't always have my classroom walls covered. It wasn't until a few years after my first year teaching that I started decorating my classroom. Here's a photo of one of the first anchor charts I made for my students-- a poster for the Quadratic Formula. That first year, most of my posters were made out of poster board and cut colored paper. As the years went on and the colors…

Amanda Twidwell saved to third grade ideas