*“My students absolutely LOVE these math pennants." - Leslie M.*

*“This was one of the things that many of my students commented that they enjoyed when I asked them at the end of the year." - Marla B.*

*"These are wonderful! I have seen other teachers use these, and I couldn't wait to try them!" - Sarah M.*

Students love seeing their work displayed. It builds their confidence and is a great reminder that they CAN be successful. When asked, even my seniors would choose to hang their papers in our class over taking them home.

When I first started making math pennants, I figured they'd just be a fun way to merge displaying student work with colorful math classroom décor. Almost as soon as I started making them, I started hearing from teachers about the many ways they are using math pennants in their classrooms.

Ms. Doty emailed this photo of her students' converting scientific notation math pennants hanging in the school hallway.

Ms. Calabro posted this photo on Instagram of her students' completed ratios and proportions math pennants.

Mrs. Esterhuizen sent this photo of colorful order of operations math pennants hanging against a classroom window.

Ms. Bolin messaged this photo of her classroom door with comparing fraction size math pennants hanging as decoration.

This is one of my all-time favorite photos of a display made with math pennants. This photo was sent to me by Ms. Woodworth and shows hundreds of her students' New Year's matholution pennants hanging in the school courtyard.

Some of the ways teachers are using math pennants in their classrooms include:

1: as warm-ups

2: as math centers

3: as community-building classwork

4: as exit tickets

5: as homework

6: as extra credit

7: as math-themed class décor (of course!)

Ms. Nguyen from @ms.mathematician on Instagram posted this photo of her students' area and perimeter math pennants.

Ms. Bolin messaged this photo of her classroom door with comparing fraction size math pennants hanging as decoration.

I've made over 100 math pennants for elementary, middle and high school math topics. You can browse them all here, including this Back to School math pennant: