language arts posters
Stimulate enthusiasm among your traditional classroom or home-based students with language arts posters from Really Good Stuff. With colorful and engaging graphics, plus easy-to-understand explanations and examples, these posters are a great way to reinforce key language arts concepts. Browse through our selection to find which of our Common Core language arts posters will be most effective in promoting student success at the grade level you teach.Posters for Elementary and Middle School Grade Levels
For primary grades, take a look at the Step Up to Fluency Poster, which depicts the levels of language mastery on the way toward complete fluency. The back of this poster has letters to parents in both English and Spanish to help them support their child’s English fluency, plus fluency progress logs and 14 oral reading fluency activities. This poster is designed for use alongside our Fluency for Comprehension Folders.
Support your classroom lessons on punctuation with our Editing Marks and Punctuation Poster or the Intermediate Punctuation Magnet and Poster Set, which comes with detachable magnetic punctuation marks that kids can use for practice with sentences on whiteboards. Get students moving into writing with our posters on the writing process, like the Writing Wall Jumbo Poster and The Writing Process and Samples Banner. The latter includes excellent examples of writing and how to edit an original draft to a finished composition. Finally, strengthen your students’ reading comprehension with our Comprehension Poster Trio – Main Idea, Summary and Inference.
We also have reading and writing posters geared toward upper intermediate-level students, like the Space-Saver Poster Pack - Intermediate ELA. This cost-effective set is comprised of 20 smaller-sized versions of our best-selling language arts posters. Numerous important language arts topics are represented, including vocabulary development; parts of speech such as nouns, pronouns, verbs, adverbs and adjectives; how to develop characters in writing; how to skim written text for general or specific information; the difference between main ideas and details; how to use text features; and much more.Made with Learning Standards in Mind
At Really Good Stuff, we know that teachers are intent on ensuring their students meet State, National and Common Core Standards. You can trust that we understand this completely and take great pride in maintaining product alignment with these frequently changing standards. Our posters are no exception, and it’s easy to shop by grade level to find language arts resources that address the exact standards you want to reinforce.