3 Questions to Consider (before putting it on your walls)

3 Questions to Consider (before putting it on your walls)

 

This is the perfect time to be thinking about the classroom decor you have on the walls of your classroom.

Before you put something up on your walls – or leave something up for another school year……Consider….
If the answer is YES to these three questions, then it has earned its right
to take up your precious (and limited) classroom wall real estate.
Let’s consider these “Phonetic Alphabet” posters . . .
Can we answer ‘YES’ to all of the above questions?
This is not just a cute classroom decoration – but it is cute đŸ˜‰ –
YES, it is a learning tool used daily by the students to help them learn the different phonetic spellings some sounds make.
For example, the letter ‘c’ makes the /c/ sound, but so does ‘k’, ‘ck’, and ‘ch’.  There are four spellings of that one sound – and all three are on the ‘Cc’ Alphabet Card.
YES, it is a teaching tool that I used every. single. day. of. the. year!

And, YES, this alphabet is visually appealing.

So yes, these posters have earned the right to spend the year on your wall because ‘passed the test’.

Classroom Decor
As a teacher, you know how important options are for our students.
That’s why I included four alphabet options for you and your students!
Classroom Decor
Classroom Decor
These smaller posters are perfect many activities!
SMALL GROUP:  Guided Reading Table, Literacy Centers
WHOLE CLASS: Line Up: Pass out 1 to each student –
on signal, students get up and get into alphabetical order.
Classroom Decor
This student page is perfect for student’s writing folder, homework folder,
or your writing center!
Classroom Decor
Classroom Decor
I just cannot rave about these long vowel posters enough!
Classroom Decor
Check out these other Alphabet Phonic Poster Themes.
Classroom Decor

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My name is Peggy Means. I am a child of God and a retired elementary teacher. I loved teaching and creating engaging resources for my students. Now, I love sharing my resources and ideas with busy teachers around the world.

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