I use these posters to help students learn the main strategies we use in literacy and in math. My students sit at tables, and I mount them on colored paper and hang them above each, identifying each table as a different strategy. The students learn the meaning of each strategy quickly, because I use them to line students up, dismiss them, or send them to their seats. We also use these signs on "share" boards. After literacy or math stations, students place their magnet on the strategy that they worked on improving that day. When I choose a child to share, they know they are to speak about how they practiced that particular strategy. I have also included blank group signs for small guided reading and guided math groups. Once these are laminated, you use dry erase markers or magnets to identify students in each group.