Maths – Working Wall

I’ve been working on my Maths display for the last few days. I find Maths displays difficult/annoying as they need to be changed with every new topic (which at times can mean every week). However, I spent some time on Pinterest and remembered using a ‘Working Wall’ in the UK for a Maths display.


Some displays in our classrooms are to show the childrens work (art work, writing, project work in SESE etc.), some are for themes (e.g. SESE – Vikings, SPHE – Growth Mindset) and some displays should be for reference that the children can look at and use to help them with their work. I think a Maths display should be something that they children can use on a regular basis to help them with their work.

My Maths display currently has some of the things that we are covering/revising and some of the things that a lot of children are finding difficult (finding the whole number in fractions, digital time, division with remainders.)

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Multiples and RUCSAC display


Time display


Multiplication and division


Fractions (equivalent and finding the whole number)


Related facts (multiplication and division)

Overall, I have found the children refer to the display much more in the last few days when completing independent Maths work.


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