Let your students work together to create a wonderful HUGE poster to proudly display in your classroom. 36 pages.....enough for the largest of classes.
Watch your students and colleagues as they admire the fantastic final product.
Why not use it as a backdrop to take photos of your students to make personalised Easter Cards.?
I recommend printing this on heavy card to make compiling this huge poster a little easier.
This resource is designed to be a class collaborative project, with each students working on a page of the larger puzzle/poster.
This resource contains 35 printable pages that can be put together to make a large display poster for your classroom.
The completed poster measures approximately 140cm wide x 140 cm high or
4’wide x 4’ high
See the image on the next page for an idea of the completed version.
Use this image as a guide to see where each of these pieces go….this adds to the collaborative challenge of this project.
How to Print
This resource comes in two versions (the choice is yours). Make sure when you are printing that you select full slide or fit to page to get the maximum image on each of the slides. This has been created using US letter (8.5 x 11 inches) but it will print in A4 size also.
For best results print on card stock so that the corners of the pages don’t curl and each section is easier to manage.
I highly recommend that your students use the same medium for the whole poster for consistency. In my opinion, I find crayons or pastels give an even finish whereas markers tend to give more lined effect and is more time consuming to complete.
The letter labels can be done with a different medium t
To create a nice contrast. Markers work well for this aspect of the group task.
How to Assemble
My preferred method is to use masking tape, (sticky tape can become very difficult to work with for children) or alternatively have large sheets of butchers paper joined together and paste the puzzle pieces directly onto blank paper.
Some trimming may be required.