Over the years, I have written a lot about math word walls. In this post, I want to share the digital updates every one of my word walls has recently gotten.

I decided to use real photographs to build the digital word walls so that each word wall would feel as much like a real math classroom as possible. I'm proud to say that every one of my math word walls is now updated and comes in both print and digital form.

The digital word walls are all in Google Sides. In this post, I will show you how to send the digital word walls to students and link to some free math poster images that can be added to your virtual classroom. I'll also show you how to use the word walls in Microsoft Teams, if your school uses that LMS. Every word wall can also be downloaded as a PDF or as a PowerPoint and still be interactive.

If digital just isn't for you, not to worry. All of the of the digital versions shown in this post are additions to their printable PDF files. Both are included in the same file. If you already own any of my math word walls, you will now find a link to the digital version on page 2 of the word wall PDF. Please just re-download the word wall and the link will be there inside. Now I'd like to show you what the word walls look like and how they work.

**Algebra Word Wall**

The first one I updated was the Algebra Word Wall. As with all of the digital word walls, when you click on one of the images, a larger image pops up.

You can type math notes onto the white board that is next to the image or use that space to link to videos, etc. This algebra word wall is included in my Algebra Activities Bundle w/ digital updates.

**Geometry Word Wall**

I wanted to make the digital versions visually appealing to students so that they'd be spaces students want to visit, if even just in cyberspace. Here is a screenshot of the digital Geometry Word Wall:

Here is what the word wall looks like after clicking on the similar triangles reference. Students return to the main classroom wall by clicking the red and white "back to class" button in the lower right corner.

To date, I have made math word walls for grades 2 through 8, Algebra, Geometry and Algebra 2, the Unit Circle, Area and 3-D Shapes. They are all now available in print color, print black & white and digital.

**Algebra 2 Word Wall**

The printable version of this Algebra 2 Word Wall was the first math word wall I had made for my own algebra 2 students.

**8th Grade Math Word Wall**

Here is the home wall of the 8th grade math word wall.

**7th Grade Math Word Wall**

To make a lot of the digital word walls, I was able to use the word wall photos I had taken over the years. For some reason, I had never taken a lot of photos of the 7th grade math word wall, so took all new photos.

**6th Grade Math Word Wall**

**5th Grade Math Word Wall**

**4th Grade Math Word Wall**

**3rd Grade Math Word Wall**

**2nd Grade Math Word Wall**

**Financial Literacy Word Wall**

**Unit Circle Word Wall**

**3-D Shapes Word Wall**

**Area Word Wall**

**Vertical Number Line and Integers**

Math Word Wall Bundle |

**Virtual Math Posters**

**Updating your printable word wall to digital**

**page 2**.

**Linking to your virtual classroom**

If you are building a virtual classroom, this quick video tutorial shows you how to link your digital word wall to your virtual classroom.

Virtual math classroom and word wall images (free) |

**Sharing with students**

**/present**link or paste it into Google Classroom or any other learning platform you may use.

**OneDrive**.

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More digital math

More digital math

Solving Equations Mix-Match |

I had been resistant towards creating digital math resources for so long that it became pretty liberating to finally be pushed into it. For me, my resistance stemmed from not knowing where to start. With everything else going on, I didn't want to start from scratch learning something new. Once I pushed past this, I found creating digital math activities to actually be fun! For one, the color! With digital resources, access to a color printer is no longer a limiting factor.

One of my more recent digital-only math activities have been digital math escape rooms where students type codes to solve puzzles. Here is a screenshot of puzzle #1 in an integers digital math escape room.

I wrote a post showing some of these updates and new digital math activities:

Just like the word walls, most of the math resources include both digital and printable versions so that you have what you need when you need it, no matter what school looks like. You can browse all of my digital math resources here:

This is amazing, Shana! Thank you for all this work.

ReplyDeleteLots of work, but glad to do it:) Thank you for your kind words!

DeleteThank you so much for all the time you have spent and the work you have done to make things easier for us!

ReplyDeleteThank you so much, Karen! I'm happy to do it. Thank you for all the hard work you are also putting in. You are changing kids' lives and their families' lives for generations to come. You are a rock star!

DeleteAmazing work! Thank you for saving me my precious time so that I can spend more time teaching! You are a lifesaver.

ReplyDeleteYou made my day! Thank you! It's really been my pleasure.

DeleteThank you so much, Shana for so generously sharing your resources with us!

ReplyDeleteIt's been my pleasure, Jas!

DeleteThank you for all your hard work in this. Thank you for sharing. Super helpful!

ReplyDeleteThank you for saying this. Lots of work but I feel really good about it. I hope the digital word walls come in handy for years to come.

DeleteDo you have any walls for 1st or 2nd grade?

ReplyDeleteAs of now, I do have a word wall for 2nd grade (linked above), but not [yet] one for 1st grade. This post will be updated when I do.

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