English Posters Classroom Bulletin Board Decor - 40 English is Weird Posters
English Posters Classroom Bulletin Board - Show your students how strange and crazy the English language can be with this funny "English is Weird" classroom display. This poster bundle comes with 40 eye-catching posters, each with a funny statement that allows students to consider the weird, illogical, or surprising nature of the English language. The English posters will definitely take your students by surprise, get them laughing, and spark interesting discussions about the language. Use the included full bulletin board display, or use the smaller title poster and swap out one poster a week to last you the entire school year!
➡️ English is Weird Full Bulletin Board Title Banner: Use this long banner that reads "English is Weird" to display the funny English posters underneath. This looks great on a large bulletin board in your classroom or school hallway. Simply print the four 8.5x11 pages and attach them together to form the banner!
➡️ 40 English is Weird Posters: Included are 40 high-quality posters that include funny statements or facts about the strange, illogical, or surprising nature of the English language! These are sure to get your students laughing, but they also spark conversation about the rules of language. There are enough posters to share one a week for the entire school year.
➡️ English is Weird Smaller Title Poster: Two smaller "English is Weird" posters are also included to use if you prefer to have a smaller interactive display where you share one poster a week.
The English is Weird Posters can be shared with your students in two different ways. You can choose to display the posters on a large bulletin board where you add the long title banner and display selected posters underneath (which can be swapped out periodically to add more). You may also choose instead to use the smaller title posters and swap out one poster per week underneath as an interactive classroom poster display!
- We have feet that smell and noses that run.
- A slim chance and a fat chance mean the same thing.
- I before E except after C except when your weird neighbour is agreeing to a heist to seize a sleigh with eight feisty reindeer.
- There is neither pine nor apple in pineapple.
- Jail and prison are synonyms, but jailer and prisoner are antonyms.
- Something transported by car is called a shipment. Something transported by ship is called cargo.
- Tear and tier are pronounced the same, but tear and tear are pronounced differently.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ This was a great way to engage kids in the hallway before school and they intently tried to reason out a couple of the ones they didn't get (some having spirited debates). Awesome!
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ This is a hit in my class every year! I have started to include this in my beginning of the year stations activity so students can discuss language. It is such a fun and meaningful conversation. I even had my student teacher's advisor from her college comment on how great these posters are!
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ My students love this information and are more interactive with this bulletin board as a result. It acknowledges, in an entertaining way, how crazy English (and frankly any other language) can be and sends a message that we're all in this together in terms of tackling its intricacies! I love this resource!
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ This is another must-have resource! It gets EVERYONE, not just students, not just teachers, but EVERYONE to stop, read, think and even chuckle. I absolutely love it! And the colors and presentation of it are so engaging. You're the best!
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