We tend to have a lot of learning posters scattered throughout our house – quite a few of the posters have been downloaded from the Twinkl Resources website so because a lot of readers have signed up for the Free Twinkl special they are offering I thought I would share some links for a few of our favourites.
We don’t have this one up anymore but it was up for years so I am starting with their big skip counting poster.
Then Times table we had both of the 2,4 and 8 times table poster up and the Easy way to remember 9 times table poster up which are part of this times table poster pack.
Fractions and Geometry both seem to lend themselves to posters so we have had a few up. Some of our favourites have been – fractions, decimals and percentage poster. Angles and measurement poster. Triangles poster. Types of quadrilaterals Poster.
For Maths this BODMAS page is always quite a handy one.
This Place value page is a permanent one that stays above the kids desks (my one is yellow just because I printed it out onto yellow card).
And recently I added this Algebra one.
They also have this Missing Numbers algebra one which some may like.
We tend to change our English posters quite a lot and they tend to be linked to whatever the kids are currently learning. So at the moment my son is learning about Expanded Noun Phrases and my daughter is revisiting some punctuation.
At the moment we have some human biology ones up. This Human organ page is part of a human organ pack We also have this Digestive system one up and this one of the Human brain.
Earth Science – we like the cross-section of a volcano.
We have printed a number of the different maps. Our most recent one was the World Biomes Map. And ee have also printed off a few of the continent maps like this African one.
I used to have these timeline posters up when the kids where younger but these days we tend to work in more detail and my daughter likes creating her own timelines for whatever period we are working on.
We have this timeline printed out but the kids have stuck all the pages together and made it into more of a massive scroll that the look at from time to time. With History I have found printing out the individual time period timeline works well – so for example the Anglo-Saxon timeline.
Both of my kids are very visual learners so we like having posters and reminders pinned up around the house and Twinkl do have a good selection on their site. Also although I tend to print ours in colour you can often frind a black and white version or an Eco-colour version which is a bit more printer friendly.