I use these bright posters in my classroom as a clip chart for my students to track their own progress through the writing progress during writer’s workshop. I wrote my students’ names on the pencils in sharpie and then and glued them onto clothespins. You could of course just use the posters by themselves to help children remember each of the steps in the writing process. Each poster has a brief explanation of each step. These posters were also designed to be half size each to fit comfortably on the white board, but are still big enough to be read from the students' desks. The posters come as one sheet and will need to be cut apart. I’ve included some photos of what the posters look like hung up and in use by my students.