# Posters

**We've been using these mathematical problem solving strategies for a while now**, but it's only just recently that we decided to try them as a set of display posters.

We tried a number of varieties, and they all seemed to work well. Here's the first, focussing on the four phases of problem solving: **Read more »**

**Here's a set of 20 posters to help children to identify the first ten ordinal numbers**.

The download includes two sets of 10 (A5) posters: one showing number ordinals (*1st, 2nd, 3rd*...); and the other set displaying written ordinals (*first, second, third*...). **Read more »**

**This maths poster lists the first 25 square numbers.**

Like the Prime Numbers poster I added to this site last month, this is a vertical (skyscraper) format, measuring 21cm by 60cm. **Read more »**

**If you are working with Pi**, this is simple 'poster' resource is an ideal way to get children thinking and talking about this special number.

The 15 page download***** contains two different posters: **Read more »**

**This maths poster lists the 25 prime numbers below 100**, together with a short definition and a number of thought prompts.

It measures 21cm wide by 60cm in height, and can be used simply for information, or as a direct teaching aid. Its 'skyscraper' format makes it an ideal addition to any classroom. **Read more »**