Reading and Language Arts Posters

Grade Levels
2nd - 4th
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128 pages
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I use these language arts/literacy posters in my second and third grade classrooms for reading skills, reading strategies, genre, vocabulary skills, writing skills, grammar, and mechanics. I post them on my focus wall for students to refer to as we learn each concept. Print the entire pack or just the ones you need each week. I have found it helpful to place the posters in page protectors and staple or pin them onto the wall. This makes it easy to switch them out each week. A few of the posters are similar, so you can choose the one that works best for you.

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***If you purchase and are in need of other posters to cover what you are teaching, please email me at and I can discuss what you would like to be added free of charge.***


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Contents of This File

Page 6: Reading Skills Section

Page 7: Compare and Contrast

Page 8: Plot: Compare and Contrast

Page 9: Problem and Solution

Page 10: Sequence of Events

Page 11: Cause and Effect

Page 12: Sequence

Page 13: Point of View

Page 14: Theme

Page 15: Author’s Purpose

Page 16: Main Topic

Page 17: Main Topic and Key Details

Page 18: Key Details: Using Photos

Page 19: Key Details (Nonfiction)

Page 20: Key Details (Fiction)

Page 21: Key Details (Story)

Page 22: Parts of a Story

Page 23: Characters

Page 24: Setting

Page 25: Events

Page 26: Point of View

Page 27: Reading Strategies Section

Page 28: Reread 1

Page 29: Reread 2

Page 30: Summarize

Page 31: Make Predictions

Page 32: Predict

Page 33: Infer

Page 34: Ask & Answer Questions

Page 35: Visualize

Page 36: Reading Genre Section

Page 37: Biography

Page 38: Autobiography

Page 39: Expository Text

Page 40: Nonfiction

Page 41: Realistic Fiction

Page 42: Fiction

Page 43: Narrative Nonfiction

Page 44: Fantasy

Page 45: Fable

Page 46: Myth

Page 47: Rhyming Poem

Page 48: Vocabulary Strategies Section

Page 49: Context Clues

Page 50: Greek and Latin Roots

Page 51: Root Words

Page 52: Inflectional Endings

Page 53: Prefixes

Page 54: Suffixes

Page 55: Multiple Meaning Words

Page 56: Compound Words

Page 57: Similes

Page 58: Synonyms

Page 59: Antonyms

Page 60: Metaphor

Page 61: Paragraph Clues

Page 62: Compound Words

Page 63: Context Clues

Page 64: Homophones

Page 65: Idioms

Page 66: Abbreviations

Page 67: Root Words

Page 68: Compound Words

Page 69: Writing Ideas

Page 70: Narrative Writing 1

Page 71: Narrative Writing 2

Page 72: Narrative Writing 3

Page 73: Opinion Writing 1

Page 74: Opinion Writing 2

Page 75: Informative Writing

Page 76: Revising and Editing

Page 77: Technology and Writing

Page 78: Research and Writing

Page 79: Grammar Skills

Page 80: Sentences

Page 81: Statements

Page 82: Questions

Page 83: Exclamations

Page 84: Fantasy

Page 85: Subject

Page 86: Predicate

Page 87: Combining Sentences

Page 88: Expanding Sentences

Page 89: Kinds of Nouns

Page 90: Nouns

Page 91: Common Nouns

Page 92: Proper Nouns

Page 93: Plural Nouns

Page 94: Singular Nouns

Page 95: Irregular Plural Nouns

Page 96: Pronouns

Page 97: Pronouns, I, Me, We, Us

Page 98: Possessive Nouns

Page 99: Singular Possessive Nouns

Page 100: Plural Possessive Nouns

Page 101: Adjectives

Page 102: Adjectives That Compare

Page 103: This, That, These, and Those

Page 104: Articles

Page 105: Action Verbs

Page 106: Pronoun-Verb Agreement

Page 107: Present Tense Verbs

Page 108: Past Tense Verbs

Page 109: Future Tense Verbs

Page 110: The Verb Have

Page 111: Irregular Verbs

Page 112: Linking Verbs

Page 113: Helping Verbs

Page 114: Adverbs

Page 115: Possessive Pronouns

Page 116: Contractions

Page 117: Contractions with Pronouns

Page 118: Research and Writing

Page 119: Mechanics Skills

Page 120: Capital Letters

Page 121: Comma

Page 122: Commas in a Series

Page 123: Apostrophes

Page 124: Quotation Marks

Page 125: Names and Titles

Page 126: Book Titles

Page 127: Letter Punctuation

Page 128: Abbreviations

Pages 129-132: Poster Headers


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Total Pages
128 pages
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Teaching Duration
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