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Math posters, also referred to as math charts, are a wonderful way to keep math information front and center for your student. Research has shown that we absorb visual information constantly, even if we are not actively using it. This makes posters and charts a great way to assist your child in retaining that all too important math information required for success.

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You can pin printed posters to your childs bedroom wall, study area or anywhere else you deem appropriate. These posters can be relevant to the new information that your child is currently learning or be of information that they have previously learned, but that needs to stay 'in view' such as multiplication tables or a prime numbers chart. Usually, if I plan to put these charts on the wall, I will print them on heavier than normal paper - usually brochure grade printing paper.

I personally love to make placemats for our dining table with these. When I have the chart printed off, I back it with some card and cover it with clear plastic contact paper. They make for some interesting dinner time conversation.

I have a LOT of posters available here. Don't pin so many posters up, that you run out of wall space in your house. They will lose their effectiveness if you do this. However, if you want to have many different ones, consider printing all you want. Laminate them; then, pop them into a 3-ring-binder. You can swap them around whenever you want.

I have listed the different posters I have available below. When you decide which you would like, click o the link to be taken to a new page containing the charts. You will notice that there are a number of different 'styles' available, however all the charts are A4 size.

**Printable Math Posters currently available**

I have two different options of Perfect Squares Charts for you to choose from. Or why choose? Print both! | |

Perfect Cubes Chart | |

Metric Conversion Chart | |

Count by 2's Poster | |

There are two sets of math tables to print. A multiplication and an addition set. | |

Count by 10's Poster | |

Count by 5's Poster | |

There are plenty of different styles of place value charts here for you to choose from. | |

100 Square Chart | |

The image shown is available in both black and white as well as full color. | |

Measurement Chart | |

Multiplication Chart | |

Fraction Conversion Chart | |

Types of Triangles Chart | |

Here I have a mnemonic chart to help remember the symbol values as well as a chart of the first 10 & 100 numbers and The Rules of Roman Numerals. | |

2D Shapes Chart | |

3D Shapes Chart | |

Addition/Subtraction Chart Multiplication/Division Chart | |

Types of Graphs Chart | |

Types of Angles | |

Prime Numbers Chart | |

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I hope you find the printable math posters you are searching for. You also may find other material you like in the cheat sheet section. If however you don't, please don't hesitate to send me a comment/request. I am always willing to make something if it's not here.

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