Algebra Word Wall
Algebra Word Wall
This algebra word wall shows vocabulary and concepts through colorful visuals and examples, and will be a helpful teaching tool in your math classroom. The references can be hung on your math bulletin board all at once, or added throughout the year.
"I use these as anchor charts for the lessons we are covering at the moment. The colors and ability to make them bigger, smaller, and movable is really great!" — Jacklynn C, TPT review
With references for domain and range, increasing and decreasing, interpolate and extrapolate, quadratics, graphing exponential functions, slope, y-intercept, x-intercept, origin, grid, graph, table, x and y axis, linear equations, linear inequalities, multiplying polynomials, systems of equations, systems of inequalities, parallel and perpendicular lines on the coordinate plane, compound interest, difference of squares, completing the square, Quadratic Formula, fractional exponents, term, expression and equation, algebraic and geometric sequences, this math word wall is a helpful addition to your algebra classroom. You can see a short video of more of what is inside here.
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The word wall comes in both PDF printable (color and black & white) and digital. The link to the digital word wall is inside the PDF.
The printable word wall comes in full color and in black & white. Everything prints on 8.5"x11" computer paper. Inside the PDF are closeup photos of the word wall to use as an assembly guide.
The no-prep digital word wall was built in Google Slides with real photographs and is fully interactive. Each image on the "home" slide clicks to an enlarged version of the image. The digital word wall can be sent to students or projected in your classroom. If you do not use Google, the digital word wall can be downloaded from Google Slides as a PowerPoint or PDF and will still be clickable. You can see the home screen of the digital word wall in one of the thumbnail images.
Re-downloads to get updates and additions are always free.
This math word wall is also on TPT, if you prefer shopping there.