There’s nothing I love more than classroom decor that serves a purpose. That’s why I created these free grammar posters for your classroom! There are 18 different posters that cover topics from parts of speech, to comparative and superlative adjectives and adverbs. The posters come in 4 different formats: black-and-white with cursive headings, watercolor with cursive headings, black-and-white with “all caps” headings, and watercolor with “all caps” headings.
These posters are helpful visual cues for your students to use. Depending on the topics you are covering, you may use only a few of them at a time. If you teach younger students (grade 3-4), I recommend hanging them as each topic is formally taught. For older students, you may want to hang several at a time (i.e., parts of speech), since they will likely be familiar with more topics.
I love the way the black-and-white versions look printed on bright cardstock. However, if you’re willing to spend about $20 for professional printing, the watercolor posters look amazing too! FYI- The above image only shows the 8 parts of speech posters; you also get 10 other grammar posters!
You can easily print these posters 4 to a page and make personal reference rings for your students. This is especially helpful if you departmentalize and students are not always in a classroom with grammar posters. They are also a handy tool for students to use at home. Check out the print settings I used below. Your printer’s software may vary a bit, but you should be able to find similar settings.
You can use the same mini-versions from the personal reference rings in an Interactive Notebook. This is a great option if you already have an INB and don’t want students to also have to manage the personal reference rings. Students can take notes, or even recreate anchor charts (see below) in their notebooks.
These posters make creating anchor charts so EASY. Simply print a poster and slap it on some chart paper! Begin my modeling, as you had examples to the anchor chart. It won’t take long before your students are contributing examples. After the activity, allow students to continue to interact with the anchor chart by adding more content using sticky notes.
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