If you are like most homeschoolers, you probably cover the walls of your school room with educational posters.
They’re great for interior decorating, right? They add lots of color to plain, white walls. If you do it just right, you could end up on the cover of Better Homes and Gardens.
Now here’s a bonus to using educational posters. They help teach your kids. You don’t have to keep reviewing the steps for solving a word problem or some of the basic rules of grammar or the parts of speech. The posters do it for you.
Then there are the posters that inspire. They’re my personal favorite.
Here are some educational posters you might like to hang up in your homeschool room. (To get on the cover of Better Homes and Gardens of course)
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Sometimes children just forget how to form letters. A quick reference will help them out. Here are some posters that show print and cursive.
Here’s a Dr. Seuss print set.
A D’Nealian cursive poster.
Dr. Seuss is great for teaching reading.
Here’s a Seuss Word Families poster.
Or how about a whole set of phonics posters?
The rules of grammar are easy to forget. Here’s a reminder.
Kids can learn grammar rules with this school of fish.
This poster will help your child with writing.
Here are the steps to the writing process.
Sometimes, kids need reminders when they are doing math. After all, there are a lot of different terms and rules to keep straight. Posters make a great reference tool. Here are some you might find helpful for your homeschool.
Do your kids struggle with the basic properties of math? Here’s a poster that shows the big four.
This will help you child be a word problem detective.
Do your kids struggle with mean, median and mode?
So many topics to choose from in science. I had to limit myself.
Here’s the periodic table. Can’t go without that, can we?
How about physical science?
Here’s one on the human body.
What homeschool would be complete without maps.
I like this map of the world because it includes flags.
Here’s a map of the gold old USA, also with flags.
Timelines are a good thing to hang up too. I talked about them in Using Timelines to Teach History.
¿Se habla español? If you and your family are learning Spanish, this might help.
This poster set covers some basics.
Here’s where we can get inspirational with our walls. I could spend millions of dollars in this category and plaster all of the walls in my house. I probably wouldn’t get in Better Homes and Gardens though.
How about the Bee-atitudes? How cute.
The fruit of the spirit is…