Keep Calm Teaching Posters Collection

Here it is. A collection of Keep Calm Posters for Teachers for you to download, print and display around your classroom or office.  Some are funny, Some are inspirational and all I hope, are useful.

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Keep Calm and Carry On was a propaganda poster produced by the British government in 1939 during the beginning of the Second World War, intended to raise the morale of the British public in the event of a Nazi invasion of Great Britain.

These posters might raise morale or just a few eyebrows.  They include.

  • Keep Calm and Teach on
  • Keep Calm and Stop Texting
  • Keep Calm and Reboot
  • Keep Calm and Enjoy Learning
  • Keep Calm and Raise Your Hand
  • Keep Quiet and Continue Working

Click here to download the collection as a printable PDF and if you have any Keep Calm suggestions for us please post them as a comment and I'll add them.

Classroom Poster: S.M.A.R.T Goals

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Developing sound goals is critical to managing your own and your students performance. Each year

you should ask them to set goals for the upcoming year.

When you ask your students to write their goals, teach them to create S.M.A.R.T. goals

A S.M.A.R.T. goal is defined as one that is specific, measurable, achievable, results-focused, and timebound.

Specific: Goals should be simplistically written and clearly define what you are going to do.

Click here to download a SMART goals Poster for your classroom today.

Please note this image has been licensed from depositphotos.com

Free DeBono's Thinking Hats Posters

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Edward DeBono's Six Thinking Hats is a time-tested, proven and practical thinking tool.  It provides a framework to help people think clearly and thoroughly by directing their thinking  attention in one direction at a time.

These set of seven posters based on DeBono's Thinking Hats will make it simple for students to follow the process and solve problems in a logical and structured manner.

It works like this; white hat facts, green hat creativity,  yellow hat benefits, black cautions,  red hat feelings, and blue hat process.

It's a simple mental metaphor. Hats are easy to put  on and to take off. Each hat is a different color which signals the thinking process . In a group setting each member thinks using the same thinking hat, at  the same time, on the same thinking challenge—we call this focused parallel thinking--a  tool that facilitates creativity and collaboration. It enables each person's unique point of  view to be included and considered. Argument and endless discussion become a  thing of the past. Thinking becomes more thorough.

Download the 6 Thinking Hats Posters Here

*Please note all of our posters are originally designed using high resolution images and fonts at A3 paper size.

Be  aware it will be automatically  resized to your default paper size when  using Adobe Acrobat Reader  without any loss of quality. If you would  like to print these documents  at larger sizes you can read the Adobe Resize & Scaling FAQ here.

We recommend laminating them for best results.

Finally  if you would like to purchase a  completely editable version of this  document to alter without any  restrictions you can purchase it for  $10.00 simply by emailing us.

Great Poster about Classroom Fairness

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He llo, World!

Some kids (and adults!!) really struggle with the concept of fairness in the classroom and don’t understand that there are people around them that have different needs.

This poster is a great visual reminder that "Fairness is not about everybody getting the same thing, but ensuring everybody gets what they need to succeed."

It really drives that point home with great colour and visuals. Vicky Tom has put this poster together for us you can download it for free here.  Enjoy.

Free Classroom Poster Reporting Vs. Tattling

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I had this poster emailed to me by a colleague earlier this week, and it does a great job at explaining the difference between.  It is a very difficult process to explain at times and this poster does it in 5 simple steps.

Download the poster here.

The Maths Toolbox Poster every maths teacher needs

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I have been using a resource known as the maths toolbox to show students strategies to deal with unknown and difficult math problems for a number of years.  There are 12 in all and in the next few days I will be adding a presentation explaining how and when to use each of these. These types of tools are similar to the ones offered by     professional  education services such as TakeLessons math tutors

I have just put together some posters for you to download in an A3 and A4 format that I would strongly recommend sticking in your classroom and your students workbooks to quickly refer to when unsure of how to attack a difficult problem.

These concepts can be pitched at any age and are a must have for all teachers to add to their own tool kit.  I'd love to hear of any other great resources that you have to share also.

Download the Poster Here

*Please note all of our posters are originally designed using high resolution images and fonts at A3 paper size.

Be aware it will be automatically resized to your default paper size when using Adobe Acrobat Reader without any loss of quality. If you would like to print these documents at larger sizes you can read the Adobe Resize & Scaling FAQ here.

We recommend laminating them for best results.

Finally if you would like to purchase a completely editable version of this document to alter without any restrictions you can purchase it for $10.00 simply by emailing us.

Free Student Initiative Poster

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We know it is a teachers job to help students when they need it, but quite often students can come a little too reliant on their teachers.

This poster gives students four strategies to help them solve problems before asking their teacher.  It is a great visual tool that is easy to remember and has some great concepts that go beyond the classroom. 

Feel free to download it here.

*Please note all of our posters are originally designed using high resolution images and fonts at A3 paper size.

Be aware it will be automatically resized to your default paper size when using Adobe Acrobat Reader without any loss of quality. If you would like to print these documents at larger sizes you can read the Adobe Resize & Scaling FAQ here.

We recommend laminating them for best results.

Finally if you would like to purchase a completely editable version of this document to alter without any restrictions you can purchase it for $10.00 simply by emailing us.

FREE CLASSROOM POSTER: VOWELS

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You'd be surprised how many children, and adults too, you can stump when you ask the seemingly simple question, "What are vowel sounds?" You'll get quite a few variants of "a, e, i, o, u, and sometimes y" from them, but after that it's a real mishmash of answers. Many of my students, and many of their parents either, actually knew what the main difference is between vowel sounds and consonant sounds.

This poster is an other resource for teachers to direct students as to what a vowel is and more importantly what is it's purpose.

Click here to download it.

* Please note all of our posters are originally designed using high resolution images and fonts at A3 paper size. Be aware it will be automatically resized to your default paper size when using Adobe Acrobat Reader without any loss of quality. If you would like to print these documents at larger sizes you can read theAdobe Resize & Scaling FAQhere.

Finally if you would like to purchase a completely editable version of this document to alter without any restrictions you can purchase it for $10.00 simply byemailing us.