Point of View Posters {1st, 2nd and 3rd Person}

I am so excited about my latest poster set that I have to blog about it!  If you follow me on any of the social media you would know that I use a lot of bright colors in many of my resources. Hey, what can I say? I just cannot help it! 

This Point of View Poster set contains 12 Point of View Posters for your classroom. These posters make a great reference for your students to use when identifying point of view. Using these visuals will help students decipher who is telling the story and which point of view the author chose to use: first-person, second-person or third-person. The packet includes color-coded examples of each POV to go along with the posters. You’ll find 1st person, 2nd person, 3rd person omniscient, 3rd person limited, and third person objective posters included.

Here's a sample page from the set:

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The Six Basic Question Words

This is a fantastic poster set that your students can use as a reference tool or visual reminder when teaching or review the six basic question words (No exercises or examples are included in this set). The words are Who, What, Where, When, Why and How. These posters give simple definition of what is required to answer these question starters. They can be printed and placed in plastic sleeves or page protectors or you can print them poster size for your writing areas. There are 12 posters depicting the 5Ws and H question words together with whom, whose and which as an extra. I also included one general poster with all the question starters. I also included a pocket print size version of the 12 posters in black 'n white for your students can stick in their ELA notebooks.

Available at TES Resources

Available at TPT 

Grammar Rules: The Basic Rule of Subject and Verb Agreement

This is my latest set of posters for kindergarten to grade one classes. Use these subject and verb agreement posters to help your kids learn the basic rule for subject-verb agreement. This is a great poster idea to post in the classroom as a visual reminder of this basic rule. Also included are mini versions which can be handy for your student grammar or ELA notebooks.

Go directly to TPT

Go directly to TES