A consistently popular post on this blog is the one on Mathematics posters. An excellent new addition to the list of sources of free posters is Jenny Eather’s Maths Charts which includes over 200 posters on a wide variety of topics. (Jenny Eather’s dictionary is also excellent).
To highlight a small number of the sites on the list:
Nrich have turned many of their excellent problems into attractive posters. Note the link to a PowerPoint presentation showing all the posters.
The Classic Mistake site has a wonderful collection of those classic mistakes that teachers regularly see. These posters can be downloaded in colour or black and white, a podcast explaining the mistake is also available for each poster.
Note all the other downloads available from the same site.
The Mathematical Moments site features many downloadable pdfs, posters which show the role that Mathematics plays in Science, Technology and Human Culture. A short or more detailed version of each poster is available and a search is provided.
On TES Resources Owen has created an excellent set of A4 posters inspired by Ian Stewart’s ‘17 Equations that Changed the World‘.
(You will need to register with TES (free) to download any resources).
Image from http://www.wordle.net/
….and on a lighter note, my son sent me this recently! From GraphJam.com.
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