I am both excited and thrilled to bring to my teacher pay teacher store this brand new and what I believe to be truly unique full bundle/set of classroom resources. Based on the theme of the Disney movie, "Alice in Wonderland," I have created a comprehensive and 100% authentic bulletin board/poster set that not only will brighten up your classroom but will also address many classroom management needs.
To give you some background, I am now entering my twelfth year of teaching middle school. In fact, this year I will be teaching sixth-grade social studies! In relation to this, I have never been a big fan of the mass produced classroom posters that you can find in any teacher supply store. We all know the ones I'm talking about.. a cute animal and a saying about friendship or character education. Now, there is nothing wrong with these posters but I knew there had to be a better way.
Hence, the poster set I have here for you today. I've searched for years to find to find classroom posters to fit my needs and have never found the right one. Therefore just like any other teacher, I finally decided, "if it doesn't exist, just make it yourself!"
The product for purchase that I have posted here I have used before in my classroom successfully as well as shared with my colleague. Attached for sale is a compressed file with all necessary components of the bundle. Each file is saved as a PDF and can either be printed from a standard desktop printer of if your school has one, can also be printed from a poster printer. (I am lucky enough to have a poster printer at my school.)
Included in the bundle:
(all posters have Alice on them so for sake of not sounding redundant I will just list teh purpose of the poster)
1. Character Education poster with the quote: "Alice had begun to think that very few things were really impossible."
2. Banner Poster for Birthday Bulletin Board: Image of Alice blowing out candles with "Now blow the candles out, my dear, and make your wish come true. A very merry unbirthday to you."
.3. For the Birthday Bulletin Board: A teacup template with the following written on it: "A very merry unbirthday to you." There are also spots for student name, month of birth, and day of birth.
4. Poster entitled, "Stop! Drop! Begin!" This is a classroom management poster that has four questions on it that are meant to reinforce the skills/tasks students should do as soon as they enter the classroom. It is based on the philosophy of Harry Wong's "First Day of School."
5. Poster with the quote, "Try not to be late! for a very important date!" It has a checkoff on the bottom of the poster and is meant either for the front of your classroom door or by your daily agenda.
As I am sure you can now tell, this is an extremely thorough classroom set of posters and nothing like anything you would buy in teacher supply store. With more and more teachers using Pinterest and such to decorate their classrooms so beautifully, why not have a resource that can help you on your way of achieving the best-designed classroom of your hallway!
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