Over the years I've found that my students are not familiar with the parts of speech, so I decided to make up these bright and helpful posters with examples to help them. You can post them on your wall or shrink them and use them as handouts. I hope you find them useful!
I love these posters! My reading students always have the hardest time with parts of speech. I printed the posters out for my bulletin board but also printed all of them on one page using Adobe for the students to use as a reference!
You won't believe how simple it is. I just use Power Point. I save all of my clip art in folders in my pictures file and I can place and turn them how I want. Then I save it as a Power Point slide show and a PDF. Next I take the slides from my Power Point and copy each one into Paint, and save them in my pictures in a file. After that I copy each picture into another Power Point, shrink them to fit, fan them or stack them (whatever I need to fit them all), and put a color background behind it. I then save it as a Power Point, a PDF, and I save it in my picture file. I use the PDF as my preview and the one in my picture file as one of my pictures you view for the item.
I did not have to purchase a single program to create my products,since I already had them all on my computer. You probably do as well. I know it's a long explanation, but it really is easy. I hope this helps! If you have further questions, you can email me @ aseriesof3rdgradevents at yahoo dot com.
I have taught 3rd grade for 9 years. I really love what I do and I also love creating new activities and lessons to share with other teachers on TpT. It keeps my creative juices flowing and keeps me on my toes!