Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Comprehension Strategy Posters (free!)

Hi All,
I think I’m becoming more and more like the The 3am Teacher each night. I wasn’t so bad at first, but now 1:00am is early. Oh, how I love sweet summertime. Who else has slipped into this late night summer routine?
 
While I was up way past my bedtime last night, I made these fun comprehension strategy posters. I’ve been wanting to make one for each strategy for a long time. I already have a few hand-drawn strategy posters, but I figure these will be great to laminate and keep in a permanent spot.
 
Plus, I bought these cute little characters awhile back from JW Illustrations, and I’ve been trying to figure out what to do with them. I think these posters are perfect for them.
You can grab all of these posters for free by clicking on any of the images below shop.
 



Has anyone else been staying up way past their bedtime working on teacher things?

45 comments:

Rachel said...

Wow! Thank you so much! I have been getting up early instead of sleeping in and organizing my teacher stuff!

YearntoLearn said...

These are adorable.

Yearn to Learn Blog

AmberO said...

I, too, have slipped into "vampire-mode", as my family has so lovingly referred to my summer sleeping pattern. Now that it's July, I'm (ever so slowly) trying to get back to "normal" so my system doesn't go into shock come August:) These posters are fabulous...your time was put to valuable use!:)

Lisa R. said...

I've been facing the same problem with summertime!! Thank you for these wonderful posters. I love them!
Lisa
Learning Is Something to Treasure

Dede said...

My sleep schedule is so messed up! Sadly, I've memorized the late night tv schedules! But I see were both getting a lot done!
Thanks for sharing these!

-Dede
1stgradeevents.blogspot.com

Lori Rosenberg said...

I have also been doing my best work late at night. I'm totally off my school schedule. I'm kind of glad you are, too, because these posters are awesome! Thanks so much for sharing. I bought that clip art, too, and LOVE it!

ΡΌ Lori
Teaching With Love and Laughter
luvyorkies@gmail.com

Samantha Shepherd said...

These are so great! Thanks for sharing. The summer nights are getting me too...I'm starting to think that going to bed at midnight is early.

Mrs. Cupcake said...

Adorable!! Love the little people :)
❤Teri
A Cupcake for the Teacher

Lori said...

Love your posters! And yes, it seems that I stay up later and later every night almost!
Lori
Conversations in Literacy

Tracy Tegeler said...

You know I am up all night texting/messaging you! These are awesome! Thanks for sharing!

Kendra said...

Those are so adorable!! :)

Heidi said...

You are not alone in the staying up too late. Last night was the first night in a month, that I was in bed before 12:30. I don't even want to think about trying to get back into a routine.

Heidi
My (Not So) Elementary Life

Mrs. Plum said...

I super-de-duper heart these, and can *totally* relate to the up-too-late syndrome. I went to sleep last night at 3am.

I'm a night owl anyway, though -- even during student-teaching internship I was regularly running on three hours of sleep!

Sarah
There's No Place Like Second Grade

Mrs. Wheeler said...

Thanks! I was planning on making these this summer...so happy I saw your post!

I was in the late-night groove, but now I am at the beach, so I fall asleep early!

Mrs. Wheeler’s First Grade

Mrs. Wheeler TpT

luckeyfrog said...

Thank you SO much for sharing these! They look incredible :)

Jenny
Luckeyfrog's Lilypad

luckeyfrog said...

Thank you SO much for sharing these! They look incredible :)

Jenny
Luckeyfrog's Lilypad

Holly said...

Oh my goodness...these are AWESOME!!!!!!! Thank you!!!!!

Hey - want font did you use? I see that font all over the place, and want it!!!!!

Holly
Crisscross Applesauce in First Grade

elizabeth.parce said...

Thank you so much for sharing your hard (and talented) work! They are adorable. :) I plan to email these to our UPS Store as they will make them 11 X 14 for me for a very small price. They will be perfect in my first grade classroom. And yes I stay up way to late and sometimes get to sleep in. I have taught for 28 years and have never had an internal clock!

Dee said...

Thank you! Your posters are so cute, and perfect for first grade. I appreciate the free download.

Dee
First Impressions

Emily said...

LOVE these! Thank you. =)

Emily @ Second Grade Silliness 

Amber @ Adventures of a Third Grade Teacher said...

These are so cute! I did a double take when I saw FREE on my Google Reader! haha Thanks!

Adventures of a Third Grade Teacher

Amber @ Adventures of a Third Grade Teacher said...

These are so cute! I did a double take when I saw FREE on my Google Reader! haha Thanks!

Adventures of a Third Grade Teacher

V. Villarreal said...

Thank you for the posters. They are so cute. I was wondering if you have a way of making them in Spanish. I teach a dual language class and language arts is done in Spanish. Thank you again.

Celeste P. said...

Thanks! These are awesome! I hope I can catch some creativity from some of you...

Ms.Carlyle said...

Love these, thank you! I have posters with the same strategies but they are boring and no fun!

sagebooker said...

I find your blog via Pinterest and I'm very interested in what you propose and make. Thanks a lot for sharing your ideas !
I've just translated your poster in french, for my personal use in my only classroom (if that bother you, please let me know).

Kristin Young said...

Lyndsey! Your blog has quickly become a new favorite. I love your freebies & bright colors. I started a new board on my Pinterest page for cute, free things to print & have pinned a few of your activities. :) Thanks for sharing!!

Kristin
http://littlemissglamourgoestokindergarten.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

These are SO adorable! I have already printed them. Is there a poster for Determining Importance?

Terri Brown said...

These are super cute! Thank you so much for supplying them for free. This is my first year of teaching first grade and I am VERY excited. Good luck on your new school year.

first-tastic.blogspot.com

Lotus said...

This is WONDERFUL!!! Thank you sooo much for making this available for everyone!!!

Laura Robillos said...

Thank you for your creative and cute posters. I'm working on updating my reading focus wall and will add these!

Lauren Schmoods said...

I am SO excited to use these in my classroom- my school really focuses on these strategies. Thank you SO much for taking the time to make them and then offer them to everyone.

Tanya G. Reading Specialist said...

Thank you so much for posting these. I just printed them and noticed that synthesizing is spelled wrong. It is an /e/ not an /a/. You might want to fix it if it will be posted in your classroom.

Jan said...

So cute! Thanks for sharing:-)

Stephanie Ann said...

Thank you so much for sharing these...they are just what I've been looking for! I can definitely relate to the late nights. It's even during school right now and I find myself working on an idea until 2 a.m. I get into something and just can't stop! Have a great week.

Stephanie Ann
Sparkling in Third Grade

Susan Stevens said...

Thanks for sharing these! They are very useful and so cute! Any chance you could alter them for use in Australian classrooms - by replacing the z in synthesizing, visualizing, summarizing etc with an s??

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Thank for sharing these colorful and helpful posters!

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Tawnya said...

Thanks for these strategy posters! They are great just what we need as we start the year off with all new reading series. :) Thank you!

learningmyself said...

Thank you so much for sharing these posters! I love them! Amy :)

Teach80 said...

Love your blog...I'm trying to download the Comprehension Strategy Posters, but there is an error. Is this still available? Thanks!

Nicole Steele said...

I LOVE the posters! These are perfect!

 
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