Interactive Bulletin Boards--Great site for finding ideas for interactive math bulletin boards (mostly middle school and high school). Their 5 basic requirements: 1) It has to be EDUCATIONAL. 2) It has to be FUN. 3) It has to be INTERACTIVE. 4) It has to have an accompanying WORKSHEET. 5) It has to count for CREDIT, either normal or extra. LOVE THIS! # Pin++ for Pinterest #
Math Bulletin Board... We Are S"MITTEN" About Math! Here I have students completing an extended constructed response on a mitten so a worksheet isn't just displayed. I have the problem on the left mitten and their work space/answer is on the right mitten. Students use the SEA method to solve/answer extended constructed responses. We must have a bulletin board with extended constructed responses
I got tired of not being able to find secondary math bulletin boards online. This is an answer to the popular student question, "When am I ever going to use this?" (Math bulletin board - secondary - PreCalculus - Algebra 2 - Trig)
The bulletin board has three different activities to test understanding of probability. First, students will draw cards from a deck to test probability. Second, students will spin the roulette wheel while filling out the worksheet. Last, students will roll the hand-made die a number of times to test probability.