The beginning of the school year is always a crazy busy time of year. Every year, I struggled to find the right signs at teacher supply stores. These are simple, universal signs that can be used by any teacher! Having clear and easy to read signage in the classroom is a simple and effective way to reach your students.
I chose a simple, beautiful, and easy-to-read font. Print on colored cardstock to make them pop!
Counting & Cardinality
Operations & Algebraic Thinking
Numbers & Operations In base Ten
Numbers and Operations-Fractions
Ratios and Proportional Relationships
The Number System
Expressions & Equations
Statistics & Probability
ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS (K-12)
Reading Informational Text
Foundational Skills of Reading
Speaking & Listening
Greek & Latin
English Language Arts
VARIOUS CONTENT AREAS (K-12)
CLASSROOM PROCEDURES & MANAGEMENT
Respect yourself, your peers, your teacher, and your surroundings.
Be on time, on-task, and prepared to learn everyday.
Be responsible for your own learning.
Clean up after yourself and your peers.
Keep all personal electronics off and in your bag.
Late Work (and step-by-step student instructions)
BONUS - late work slips
Absent/Make-up Work (and step-by-step student instructions)
Math Quiz Corrections Guidelines
Math Test Corrections Guidelines
BONUS - Math Assessment Correction Form
Welcome Procedure (include on poster will instructions AND one instruction per poster)
Say “Good Morning!”
Place your belongings on the hook.
Get all your supplies ready. (pencils, highlighters, notebooks, folders, Etc.)
Put your homework on your desk.
Begin working on welcome work.