Current Posters and Boards

We have a few cork boards scattered around the house which we use to display different learning pages.  It is something we have done for years as it helps both my kids.  They are visual learners and we have found leaving posters/ pages up around the house helps to reinforces different concepts.  I have written a few posts in the past about the different posters but as we do often change them / sometimes reuse them I thought I would show what is currently up and share links of where we got the pages from.

Learning page we like to display on our boards

This is the board above the kids desk area and it changes quite a bit.  The kids tend to add their own pages with certain spelling words on it and my son actually made the poster with the number words himself (we had the number word cards printed out for something else and he decided he wanted them in a poster format – number words 1- 10, number words 11- 20 – both from Activity Village). The Water cycle poster is also from Activity village. The other pages are from Twinkl – How thunderstorms happen, Tudor Timeline, Geometry Vocab, 2D and 3D shapes and The Multiples Poster.

Then we have a board up in the Kitchen.

One of the learning Boards

There is the 2D shape page from Activity Village.  Underneath is the metric unit conversion page I made (you are welcome to download it from the original post) and then the Simile poster and List of Similes both from Twinkl. The History Timeline Cards are from Twinkl and so it is Quadrilateral Poster.  I bought the Grammar and Punctuation poster, it is this one Punctuation and Grammar.

Then the board up in the kids room.

Learning Board in the Kids room

The Map of Africa is an old map from the Twinkl site but they have a newer one which is almost exactly the same, then the 2x, 4x and 8x poster and the Fraction, decimal and percentage poster are also from Twinkl.  The Human Skeleton is one I bought – this one Your Skeleton and not a poster but our learning clock which is normally next to the board is this one (for sensory kids who hate ticking sounds this one is silent)Time Teacher Wall Clock for Kids with Silent Non Ticking Sweep Quartz Mechanism – Easy to Read & Learn to Tell Time – 30cm Diameter – White

silent learning clock

My kids also have boards that they can use for anything they like.  My daughter has 2 which are currently dedicated to History.  She has an Anglo-Saxon themed board which has the Timeline and the Anglo-Saxon Rune pages from Twinkl on it and the maps that we made (which you are welcome to download links on in the original map post).

Our Anglo-Saxon themed board

And of course the Anglo-Saxon Kings timeline that she made is still up.

Home-made Timeline of the Anglo-Saxon Kings of England. Part of British History

My son normally has animal related items on his but currently he is creating a Forces board and he started with these Types of Forces posters from Twinkl

Forces Posters from Twinkl Resources

Other posts which share different posters we have used are here – Learning postersTwinkl posters, Common Word Posters.

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Home educating family based in the UK. We try to make learning fun
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