Friday, 21 September 2012 | 1 Comment
It’s the last day of term here, so teachers might want to spend some time today fixing up their room. So, I brought my Made4Math Monday forward.
I needed some times table posters for my classroom, but the posters you can buy tend to be for younger students and I haven’t seen a grid version (rather than each table listed separately).
This document is a 50 cm × 50 cm page. In Adobe Acrobat (or you should be able to do this in other PDF readers) select “Tile Large Pages” and it will print over 6 A4 pages.
I had them laminated, trimmed them, stuck together and stapled to my wall. The only problem is some reflection off the laminating, but I’m just going to make a few more around the classroom.
Some other versions of the times table grid are available on MathsFaculty (including high quality image files and PDFs with 6 per page, colour, gray and black-and-white).
This is a submission to Made 4 Math Monday. If you haven’t seen this on blogs yet, check out Teaching Statistics each Monday (US Time).‘s blog,
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Simon Job — eleventh year of teaching maths in a public high school in Western Sydney, Australia.
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