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Mathematics Word Wall with Diagrams

Teach Starter Publishing
PDF | 22 pages | Years: 5 - 7

A set of 60 Mathematics-related vocabulary words with accompanying diagrams to explain key mathematical terms across three strands.

The three strands of mathematics included in this word wall are:

  • Measurement and Geometry
  • Number and Algebra
  • Statistics and Probability.

Words include: circle, triangle, square, quadrilateral, pentagon, hexagon, heptagon, octagon, width, perimeter, area, length, volume, capacity, weight, sphere, cube, pyramid, grid, translation, reflection, rotation, angle, degree, factor, multiple, whole number, rounding, multiplication, division, addition, subtraction, remainder, fraction, decimal, number line, numerator, denominator, place value, less than, greater than, probability, data, observation, column graph, bar graph, table, line graph, pie chart.


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  • Zenna Smith

    Hi, great resource! I'd love to see triangular, square, odd, even, composite and prime numbers. Cheers

  • Sarah Singleton

    A great resource - but I too would like for a purple title card for statistics and probability to match the others. Thanks so much Sarah

  • Gillian

    Love this resource - but I wonder, is there are heading page missing for Statistics/Probabilility/Data (with a purple background)? Similar to the yellow Measurement and Geometry and blue Number headings.

  • Katrina Anderson

    This is a great resource, clear and simple - fantastic!

  • Stephanie Nasato

    Great resource. Would you be able to add (pictures not neccesary): count forwards count backwards number before number after more than less than zero ones groups of ten tens is the same as coins notes cents dollars

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      Hi Stephanie, Thank you for your comment. Please feel free to edit and download our customisable version to add in any words that you need! https://www.teachstarter.com/teaching-resource/mathematics-word-wall/ Kind regards, Scott