Where can teachers find free, instruction-based classroom posters and materials?

08/28/2013 | School Library Journal

Teacher-librarian Joyce Valenza offers in this blog post a host of websites beyond Pinterest that offer free posters and other classroom materials that teachers can use to highlight important concepts from common-core writing strategies to digital citizenship. For instance, CommonSenseMedia offers digital citizenship posters and TeachingHistory has posted several printable posters covering concepts such as using evidence to support ideas and considering the quality and reliability of primary and secondary sources.

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