Parts Of Speech Poster Set

Item: 155936

$ 16.49
Item #:  155936
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Three Banners With Engaging Photos Bring Parts Of Speech To Life

Grammar never looked so good! Help your students learn the definitions for nine parts of speech. Each banner separates into three individual posters. The Activity Guide includes classroom reproducibles and instructions for an adjective mobile.

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Understand sentence structure and parts of speech.
Details:
  • Three microperfed banners, 39" by 12" each, laminate
  • Really Good Stuff® Activity Guide

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5 Star
5.0 (based on 5 reviews)

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Reviewed by 5 Customers
5 Stars

I love how bright and colorful they are. I also like how each one has a sentence to go with the word.
7/20/2016
By from , CO
5 Stars

Easy to use

Wonderfully set out, clear easy to look at, can be seperated, easy for students to understand
9/14/2012
By Aussie from , AL
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5 Stars

Not a bad add

Can be seperated. Bright. Not a bad add.
11/14/2011
By Mr.R from , WI
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5 Stars

Brightens up my wall & practical too

They go perfectly above a chalkboard or white board. I refer to my posters all the time as I review parts of speech. The kids love them and they look at them too, to refresh their memories when they get stuck.
3/9/2011
By Simba4 from Louisville, KY
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5 Stars

Beautiful posters

These posters brighten up my room. Students know exactly where to look when I'm reviewing or introducing a new part of speech.
3/4/2011
By Waugerwoman from Bedford, PA
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