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Great Resource for Classroom Posters

I just stumbled upon Cool Stuff for Nerdy Teachers.

(They had me at “nerdy.”)

You can find some very cool,  free PDF versions of charts, visuals, posters, organizers, and strategies for your classroom.

This would be a great tool for students to keep inside a math work book or binder. (Download at the above mentioned site)

If you don’t have time to make these kinds of things (who does?) or you don’t believe in reinventing the wheel, look here first.

I plan on adding this to my paragraph writing lesson we are currently working on. (Download at the above mentioned site)

The only thing you’ll need is color ink for your printer and it’s recommended you laminate these 8 1/2 x 11 pages.

It looks like you can also purchase an editable format for $10 if you’d like to tweak it.

The posters are colorful, visually pleasing, cover the K-12 spectrum in many subject areas, and, for me….give me great ideas of things I’d like to make!

I won’t be using this at the middle school…but it might come in handy at home with the kids! I think I’ll hang it on the fridge – or my forehead. (Download at the above mentioned site)

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3 responses

  1. Love that site!! Page 5 of my search took me to a very cute Bloom’s poster!!! Thanks for sharing!

    1. Love the Bloom’s poster! 😉

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