The Frayer Model generator makes use of the Maths White Board question bank (click here) to bring you bright and informative word focussed material. Simply select your word and key topic from the list below and then print out your Frayer Model.

You are free to use this resource for your own personal/school use but the Frayer Models generated should not be commercially distributed. If you want to share this resource, share this page! I will always keep adding and amending topics to ensure that you get the best service.

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To begin, select a word from the list below and this will generate the "Definition" and "Fact" part of your Frayer Model:

X

Area

Asymmetrical

Congruent

Decagon

Dimension

Equilateral

Heptagon

Hexagon

Isosceles

Kite

Nonagon

Octagon

Parallelogram

Pentagon

Perimeter

Perpendicular

Polygon

Quadrilateral

Rectangle

Regular

Rhombus

Similar

Square

Symmetry

Symmetrical

Trapezium

Triangle

Width

Cuboid

Edge

Elevation

Face

Frustum

Nets

Plan

Prism

Solid

Surface area

Vertex

Volume

Algebra

Constant

Equation

Evaluate

Expand

Expression

Factorise

Formula

Function

Gradient

Horizontal

Identity

Inequality

Inverse

Iteration

Simplify

Solve

Substitution

Term

Variable

Vertical

Acute

Angle

Bearing

Degree

Obtuse

Parallel

Protractor

Reflex

Right angle

Addition

BIDMAS

Brackets

Division

Indice

Multiplication

Subtraction

Arc

Bisect

Chord

Circumference

Diameter

Pi

Radius

Sector

Segment

Tangent

Theta

Construct

Length

Locus

Axis

Coordinate

Intercept

Intersection

Linear

Origin

X axis

Y Axis

Z Axis

Bias

Categorical

Census

Continuous

Criticise

Data

Discrete

Hypothesis

Primary

Qualitative

Quantitative

Quartiles

Questionnaire

Sample

Secondary

Survey

Decimal

Digit

Irrational

Rational

Recurring

Round

Vinculum

Equal

Quadratic

Simultaneous

Calculator

Compass

Ruler

Set square

Tracing paper

Analyse

Approximate

Calculate

Complete

Convert

Draw

Estimate

Find

Interpret

Label

List

Measure

Plot

Prove

Reflect

Rotate

Shade

Show

Sketch

State

Translate

Work out

Use

Factor

Cancel

Denominator

Mixed number

Numerator

Reciprocal

Vulgar

Base

Exponent

Index

Indices

Power

Square root

Squared

Centilitre

Centimetre

Day

Gram

Kilogram

Kilometre

Litre

Metre

Millilitre

Millimetre

Month

Tonne

Units

Week

Year

Consecutive

Cube

Even

Infinity

Integer

Multiple

Natural

Odd

Operation

Positive

Prime

Product

Quotient

Remainder

Standard form

Sum

Alternate

Cointerior

Complementary

Corresponding

Transversal

Vertically opposite

Compound interest

Credit

Debit

Decrease

Depreciatation

Increase

Interest

Percent

Percentage

Simple interest

Exterior angle

Interior angle

Coprime

Decomposition

HCF

LCM

Prime factor

Biased

Certain

Dependent

Exhaustive

Experimental

Event

Fair

Frequency

Impossible

Independent

Likely

Mutually exclusive

Outcome

Probability

Random

Sample space

Theoretical

Tree diagram

Unlikely

Venn diagram

Direct proportion

Inverse proportion

Proportion

Proportional

Ratio

Scale

Arithmetic

Difference

Fibonacci

Geometric

Periodic

Sequence

Triangular

Average

Bivariate

Causation

Correlation

Distribution

Extrapolation

Interpolation

Interquartile

Mean

Median

Modal

Mode

Outlier

Range

Quartile

Standard deviation

Conjugate

Rationalize

Anticlockwise

Clockwise

Enlargement

Reflection

Rotation

Scale factor

Transformation

Translation

Vector

Adjacent

Cosine

Hypotenuse

Sine

Trigonometry

Can't find the word you want? Drop me a message via email (matt@mathswhiteboard.com) with at least the word and possibly an interesting fact and I will add it to the bank for everyone else to use.

Pick an example problem (optional - could be done with students after printing):

Once you are happy with the design, click on "Create Model" to turn it into a printable PDF.

Why has the non-example section not been completed for me? Well in short... I didn't want to do all the work for the students.

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