Monday, August 29, 2011

Post-It Poster #2

Awhile back I posted about a Story Map poster that I made that uses post-its:
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Well, I've been at it again. Today I started teaching students about Making Connections, so last night I created another Post-It Poster to help teach this concept:

If you did not read my previous post, here are few of my inspirations for creating this poster:
Pinterest {of course!}

To make my poster, I used the following doc:
{Click Pic to Share!}

I am thinking about making a new poster for each of the comprehension skills I teach. Stay posted for more!!!


  1. LOVE it! Thanks. I just pinned it with a link to you :)

    Grade ONEderful

  2. Great idea, Rebecca! Do you laminate the posters and switch them out as needed or do you have room to hang more than one permanently?

    Primary Practice

  3. What a great idea!! I'm saving it now :)

  4. I love your poster! Have you done one for a story map? I would love to have it

    Ms. Patterson
    Pocket Full of Kinders

  5. THANKS THANKS THANKS!!!! DID I SAY THANKS??? :)I just pinned it. Please, please, please make the rest of them! :)


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    4th Grade Frolics

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  10. I love all of your poster ideas. I know this is completely off task kinda but I have a ton of posters like this in my classroom that we dont use every day and I dont know what kind of storage you have in your room but I dont have a ton so I thought Id share my idea. I take skirt hangers and clip two posters together and hang them on an empty chart stand! Just a fun idea

  11. I'm really inspired by your second creation. I've shared it already, I know it will be useful to many. Keep creating more!

    Grace | employment posters

  12. What font did you use for your Making Connections Poster?

    1. I believe it is Howser from