Classroom Posters

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What kind of posters do you have on your classroom walls? How do you use them?
We all try to prepare the best learning environment for our students. We want to decorate our rooms to spark their learning interest, but not make it too overwhelming or cluttered. We do not want unnecessary decorations on the wall that could possibly distract our students’ learning. 

Nonetheless, we want to put up some engaging posters on the walls that will encourage their desire to learn. Here are some that you could start with!
Synonym Posters

I created these synonym posters to expand my kids’ vocabulary and to spice up their writing. You can display them on the wall for your kids to look at as a reference, and they will surely brighten up your classroom too! I have a color and a black and white version. I have updated the file with a cover page for you to bind them into a book. Here are some of the classroom pictures that other teachers have kindly shared with me. I also have this set in Spanish!
Prefix and Suffix Posters

Understanding prefixes and suffixes is vital in increasing kids’ vocabulary. These colorful posters can be used as a reference to help your students determine the meaning of the new word formed when a known prefix or suffix is added to a root word. You can display them on the wall for your kids to look at as a reference or bind the pages into a book.
You can even reduce the size of the posters and make them into an interactive notebook like the example below.
Parts of Speech Posters

These colorful parts of speech posters will surely brighten up your classroom. There are 8 posters included: nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, conjunctions, prepositions, interjections, and pronouns. Each poster comes with 6 word cards that can be displayed together.


Genre Posters

These colorful genre posters will be a great reference for your students to identify and understand different genres in literature. You can display them in your classroom library and your students will be able to refer back to them throughout the year. A black and white version is included for those of you who’d like to save ink. A title page is also included for those who’d like to bind the pages into a book.


Sight Word Cards
This colorful set of sight words are great to use as flashcards or to display on a word wall. I used a different color background to represent each level:
1. Pre-primer (sky blue)
2. Primer (light green)
3. First (pink)
4. Second (purple)
5. Third (green)
6. Nouns (orange)


Phonics Posters
You will find 105 different phonics posters in this packet. It includes cvc, cvce, cvcc, blends, digraphs, vowel teams, r-controlled, silent letters, trigraphs, and other sounds. These will be a great reference for your students. You can introduce different sounds throughout the year and display them on your classroom wall or bulletin board.
Transition Words

Are your students having difficulty connecting one idea to the next smoothly in their writing? Transition phrases and words help the reader progress from one important idea to the next and show the relationship between the main idea and the details. These eye-catching posters can be displayed on your classroom wall to help your students improve their writing.

You can click any of the pictures to download these posters! 🙂
I hope everyone had a wonderful vacation and is recharged for another amazing year! If you have any questions or suggestions, please feel free to e-mail me at


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