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We help you sum up major topics and concepts in a single page. These can be super helpful for all your students. It is also a great idea to review these with students before you post them. These will help students cement (pun intended; see image) major topics. Print all these posters out for your grade seven classrooms.

Ratios & Proportional Relationships

Unit Rates and Ratios of Fractions - 7.RP.A.1


  • Ratio of Boys To Girls - To write the ratio of 4:5 as a fraction you simply write: Number of Boys / Number of Girls
  • Jimmy Mows Lawns - Jimmy saved $490 mowing lawns. His sister Molly saved $350 babysitting. To find the ratio/fraction, we must first find the unit of each.

  • Recognizing Proportional Relationships - 7.RP.A.2a


  • Sand and Cement Mixture - A proportion is a statement that two ratios are equivalent.
  • Red and Blue Makes Purple - John mixed red paint with blue paint in the ratio of 3:2. If he used 12 gallons of red paint, how gallons of blue paint did he use?

  • The Constant of Proportionality - 7.RP.A.2b


  • Group Pizza - A constant value of the ratio of two proportional quantities.
  • Susan's Babysitting Money - Susan has been saving her babysitting money to buy a new laptop. The graph below shows the relationship between the amount of weeks (W) she is working verses the amount of money she will save (S).

  • Proportional Relationships Word Problems - 7.RP.A.2c


  • Movie Tickets - The cost of movie tickets can be determined by the equation T = $6x, where T is the price and x is the number of tickets. What is the constant of proportionality (or the unit rate)?
  • The Cost of Bananas - The cost of bananas at the produce stand is determined by C=$0.59x , where C is the cost and x is how many pounds of bananas.

  • Graphs of Proportional Relationships - 7.RP.A.2d


  • Mixing Gelatin and Water - A proportional relationship between two quantities is one in which the two quantities vary directly with one and one other. If one item is doubled, the other related item is also doubled.
  • Davidson Construction - The graph below shows how much Davidson Construction makes every two hours, regardless of the job performed. Let's see how much he has made at hour 9.

  • Multistep Ratio and Percent Word Problems - 7.RP.A.3


  • Mr. Green's and Ms. Littleton's Books - The ratio of the number of Mr. Green's books to Ms. Littleton's is 2:3. Mr. Green has 40 books. If he buys another 8 books this year what will be the new ratio of Mr. Green's books to Ms. Littleton's books?
  • Burt's Burgers - Burt's Burgers sells 40 burgers in a day. If his business increases by 70%, how many burgers will he sell?

  • Percent Error and Percent Increase - 7.RP.A.3


  • James's New Carpet - James measured his floor for new carpet. He guessed that its width was 15 feet. The actual width is 12 1/2 feet. What is the percent error?
  • Custom Bookshelves - Jason sells his custom-built bookshelves for $80. He has increased the price by 120% this year. What is the price of the increase? What is the total new cost?

  • Markups and Markdowns Word Problems - 7.RP.A.3


  • Marked Up Applesauce - A store sold a jar of applesauce for $1.50 one week. The next week they sold the same jar for $1.65. What was the percent of increase to the nearest whole percent?
  • The Camera Package - Grace Ann found a camera package that was 30% off of the original price of $975. What was the sale price?

  • Gratuities and Commissions, Fees, and Tax - 7.RP.A.3


  • Car Sales Commission - The car salesman receives a 3% commission on all vehicles that he sells. Last week he sold a truck for $29,325. What is his commission?
  • Sales Tax - A new car costs $19,342. Sales tax is 6% of the cost and the registration fee is 2%, what is the total cost of the car?

  • Calculating Interest - 7.RP.A.3


  • Michael's Loan Interest - Michael borrowed $4,200 from the bank. He needs to repay the loan within two years at a rate of interest of 13%. How much will he pay in interest?
  • Sarah Repays Her Loan - Sarah borrowed $8,500 at 12.75% interest for 5 1/2 years. What is the total amount that she will need to repay?

  • Consumer Math - 7.RP.A.3


  • Writing Checks - A check should have six elements to it. The date the check was written, to whom the check is to, the amount of the check in numbers, the amount of the check in words, the purpose of the check and your signature. When you have written a check, it is important to record the amount in your transaction book.
  • Reconciling the Bank Statement - Each month your bank will send you a statement in the mail that shows all transactions in a given month. You need to compare the transactions to your recorded transactions to ensure they match.

  • The Number System


    Addition and Subtraction of Integers - 7.NS.A.1


  • Numberlines To The Rescue - We can use a number line to easily see how you can add integers. Integer is the Latin term for whole number; don't let the fancy word get in the way of the simplicity.
  • Working With Negatives - To subtract integers (remember, that is just a fancy word for whole numbers) we use the same principal as we did for adding, except this time which way we go depends upon the math problem.




  • Absolute Value and Basic Operations - 7.NS.A.1c


  • Distance From Zero - The absolute value is simply the number when the + or - taken away. The absolute value of any number is the distance that number is from the reference point.
  • What Are The Signs? - Multiply and divide absolute values.



Products of Mixed Numbers - 7.NS.A.2a


  • Process It - To multiply a mixed number by a mixed number, change both to improper fractions and multiple as usual.
  • Visuals Included - Changing a mixed number to a single fraction to multiply it can make it easier.

  • Creating Reciprocals - 7.NS.A.2a


  • 1 Over Me - To get the reciprocal of a number, just divide 1 by the number.
  • Turn It Upside Down - If you write a whole number as number/1, then to create the reciprocal, you flip it.

  • Understanding Division of Integers - 7.NS.A.2b


  • The Rules - Understanding how to divide integers is as simple as remembering this simple rule.
  • Positives and Negatives - Simply memorize this rule to be able to divide integers.

  • Multiplication and Division of Rational Numbers - 7.NS.A.2c


  • What's Rational? - When you are multiplying fractions they do not need to have a common denominator. You simply multiply across. Numerator by numerator and denominator by denominator.
  • Keep - Change - Flip - When dividing rational numbers, they do not have to have the same denominator.

  • Convert Rational Numbers to Decimals - 7.NS.A.2d


  • Mathematical Terms - In mathematical terms a number is rational if you can write it in an a/b form, where a and b are integers. All fractions are of that form.
  • Fractions to Decimals - You can divide to convert a rational number to a decimal. We divide the numerator by the denominator to reach our answer.

  • Advanced Real World Math Operations - 7.NS.A.3


  • Jenna and Kristy Favorite - Solving math problems doesn't need to be difficult. You need to analyze the information you have and determine the best way to quickly come to an answer.
  • Bag Lunches - There are two groups who require packed lunches. There needs to be two cokes per lunch bag and there are 32 people in one group while the second group has 28. How many 12 packs do they need to buy?

  • Expressions and Equations


    Simplifying Linear Expressions - 7.EE.A.1


  • Breaking It Into Parts - To simply an expression means to solve to find the value of a term and then combing the term. By doing this, you make the problem workable.
  • Isolate It - When you understand how simplifying expressions works you can begin solving for the unknown.

  • Rewriting Expressions - 7.EE.A.2


  • Growing Tree - A tree grows 6% taller each year. This year the tree is 8 1/2 feet tall. How tall will it be next year?
  • Roses At The Flower Shop - Each rose costs $3 per stem at the flower shop. They offer white roses, pink roses and red roses. Write an expression that shows total cost (T) of the roses if w equals white roses, p equals pink roses and r equals red roses.

  • Real Life Middle School Math Word Problems - 7.EE.B.3


  • Mom's Rugs - Your mom has bought to small square rugs for the den and asked you to lay them out evenly apart. How do you determine where to place them in the room?
  • Going To The Movies - You and three friends are going to the movies. If you each buy a ticket, a popcorn, a drink and a candy, how much will the total cost for your group be?

  • Business Math - 7.EE.B.3


  • Monthly Budget - Katlin earns $175 a month babysitting her neighbor's kids. She has decided to make herself a monthly budget so she can plan her spending better. How much does she spend on clothing each month? Round to the nearest whole dollar
  • Green Care Landscape - Some word problems give so much information that it can be overwhelming. Don't let the words get in the way of your thinking.

  • Double Step Algebra - 7.EE.B.3


  • Operate It - Using a graph chart that tracks your problem can really be helpful for those who struggle with twostep Algebra problems. Notice that each side has the same thing done to it.
  • Two Steps To X - To solve for 'X' we need to use two steps.

  • Integer Word Problems - 7.EE.B.3


  • Total Travel Time - The solution is really quite simple if you don't let all of the numbers get in your way of analyzing the question.
  • Temperature Differences - Write the Equation For The Word Problem

  • Word Problems Leading to Equations - 7.EE.B.4a


  • John and Cindy - Word Problems Leading to Equations
  • Sentences to Equations - Five times a certain number is 155. What is the number?

  • Word Problems Leading to Inequalities - 7.EE.B.4b


  • How Many Shirts? - Word Problems Leading to Inequalities

  • Consecutive Integer Problems - 7.EE.B.4a


  • Mind Blown - The sum of the least and greatest of three consecutive integers is 60. What are the values of the integers?
  • Integers Equations- The total sum of three consecutive integers is 147. What are the integers?

  • Geometry


    Scale Drawings of Geometric Figures - 7.G.A.1


  • Compare Squares - Scale Drawings of Geometric Figures
  • Room Dimensions - If the scale drawing above shows a room dimensions where every four inches equals 1 foot, what are the dimensions in feet for the room?

  • Drawing Geometric Shapes with Given Conditions - 7.G.A.2


  • What's a Parallelogram - Drawing Geometric Shapes with Given Conditions
  • Right Triangles - The three different forms.

  • Decomposing Three-dimensional Figures - 7.G.A.3


  • Bottom of the Triangle - When you view three-dimensional figures, see the sides in your head.
  • Crosses and Cylinders - If you viewed these shapes from the top, what would you see?

  • Area and Circumference of a Circle - 7.G.B.4


  • Pi R Squared - Area and Circumference of a Circle
  • Find the Diameter - When we know the radius, we can double it to find the diameter.

  • Angles in a Multi-Step Problems - 7.G.B.5


  • Exterior Angles - All exterior angles of a triangle equal the sum of the two non-adjacent interior angles.
  • Interior Angles - All interior angles of a triangle have a sum of 180°.

  • 2D and 3D Area, Volume and Surface Area - 7.G.B.6


  • Polyhedrons - To find the surface areas of any shape follow three easy steps.

  • Statistics & Probability


    Understanding Random Sampling - 7.SP.A.1


  • Samples of People - Random Sampling is the process of every person or item having an equal chance of being chosen -- there is no formula to follow.
  • Math Magic With Balls - If you put all of these balls in to a cup and pulled out three without looking, would that be random sampling?

  • Making Inferences From Random Data - 7.SP.A.2


  • Your Favorite Dinner - 200 people in two different groups were surveyed to choose their favorite dinner from the choices provided.
  • Popular Web Sites - A company installed software on the employees computers to see which pages on the Internet were viewed the most.

  • Working With Assessing Overlapping Data Sets - 7.SP.B.3


  • Papa's Pizzeria - Papa's Pizzeria is running a buy 2 pizzas get 1 free special. The graphs below show how many customers purchase the three-pizza special and how many purchase the one pizza special in the space of four hours.

  • Measures of Center and Variability - 7.SP.B.4


  • Mean and Median - When looking for a mean or median, remember these simple definitions.
  • Pairs of Pants Owned - Examine the chart below and find the mean and median.

  • Likelihood of a Single Event - 7.SP.C.5


  • Die Rolling - What is the probability of rolling a 3 with a single die?
  • Kicking a Soccer Ball - If you kick a soccer ball towards the goal, two things can happen 1. You make the goal 2. Your don't make the goal

  • Probability of a Chance Event - 7.SP.C.6


  • Bouncing Balls - You bounce a ball 55 times. 32 of those times, the ball bounces three times. What is the relative frequency that the ball bounces three times?
  • Coin Flips - Probability of a Chance Event

  • Creating Probability Models - 7.SP.C.7


  • Working a Spinner - What is the probability of landing on the green square?
  • Coin Chances - When we flip a coin, we have a 50/50 chance on landing on heads or tails. If you flip a coin 21 times and it land on heads 7 times, what is the probability that you will land on heads on the 11th time?

  • Probabilities of Compound Events - 7.SP.C.8


  • Deck of Cards - You have a deck of cards and want to randomly draw a card. How many different outcomes are there?
  • The Math Bee - You are competing in a math bee with two other people. What are the possible outcomes of placing?

  • Generate Math Frequencies Through Design - 7.SP.C.8c


  • Pick Up Six - Six cards are on the table to pick up. What are the possible outcomes?
  • Random Ideas - There are two red balls and 3 blue balls in a bowl. What are the possible outcomes if you reach your hand in and pull one out?


How math posters in your classroom help middle school students - The walls can say a lot, especially if they are the walls of a classroom. It is no surprise that an environment can create a tone of learning and understanding in your classroom. It has an impact on our overall learning. Either the classroom is an elementary, middle or high school, a classroom having mathematical posters stuck on the wall is sure to ingrain concepts in the minds of students. To comprehend what such creative mathematical posters can do, let’s find out how these can help middle school students. - Mathematical posters make the environment productive and creative. - It tingles the numerical ability of the students. - It nurtures rich conceptual understanding, aids student engagement, and encourage critical thinking. - It ensures that the artifacts students learn on a daily basis are embedded in their minds forever. - Math posters such as mathematical vocabulary wall, practices and shape posters, helps in carrying out daily mathematical operations swiftly. Start by preparing and sticking basic posters and charts such as; mathematical operations, symbols, signs, units, constant values, concepts of rational and irrational numbers and see mathematic becoming a favorite course of every student.