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Book Lovers Page a Day Calendar
Book Lovers Page
a Day Calendar


Journals
Journals


Authors are My Rock Stars Calendar
Authors are
My Rock Stars Calendar



Nobel Writers
on Writing




An Old Favorite!
Authors Card Game




Teacher's Best - The Creative Process



READING

Reading with Meaning
Reading with Meaning: Teaching Comprehension in the
Primary Grades


Qualitative Reading Inventory
Qualitative Reading Inventory-3

Guided Reading
Guided Reading:
Good First
Teaching for
All Children

Content Area Reading
Content Area Reading: Literacy and Learning Across the Curriculum

How to Get Your Child to Love Reading
How to Get
Your Child
to Love Reading

Famous Readers & Motivational Reading Posters
Motivational posters for teaching reading and famous people reading, for classrooms and homes.

literature posters > FAMOUS READERS < Historic Reading Posters | Readers in Art


“Reading” is the process of the reader melding their prior knowledge with the information suggested in the preceived text through the skill of word or symbol identification.

Reading Quote: “It is not enough to simply teach children to read; we have to give them something worth reading. Something that will stretch their imaginations – something that will help them make sense of their own lives and encourage them to reach out toward people whose lives are quite different from their own.” Katherine Paterson



Flip and Learn Wall Chart
Giant Flip-and-Learn
Wall Chart

Giant Flip-and-Learn Wall Chart
Opens into an easel with 16 brightly colored flip charts boldly introduce your kids to numbers, shapes, ABCs, and telling time, as well as animals, dinosaurs, insects, birds and more.


Babar Reading Art Print
Babar Reading
Art Print

Babar Reading

Babar the Elephant is a fictional character from the 1930s who leaves the jungle, visits a big city, and returns to bring the benefits of civilization to his fellow elephants.


Ray Charles Reading Braille, Photographic Print
Ray Charles
Reading Braille,
Photographic Print

Ray Charles
(born Ray Charles Robinson)
b. 9-23-1930; Albany, GA
d. 6-10-2004; Beverly Hills, CA (liver cancer)

The quintessential musical artist - pianist and vocalist Ray Charles, lost his sight between ages 5 and 7, and was orphaned by age 15. He attended the Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind in St. Augustine, Florida from 1937-1945, where he was taught classical music. He left school after the death of his mother and by 1947 had moved to Seattle where he formed his own band and began recording.

Ray Charles Quote ~
• “Learning to read music in Braille and play by ear helped me develop a damn good memory.”

Genius! - The Ultimate Ray Charles Collection, CD


Frederick Douglass, Forever Free, Art Print
Frederick Douglass:
“Forever Free”,
Art Print

“One you learn to read, you will be forever free.”
Frederick Douglass


Margaret Fuller: Today a Reader, Art Print
Margaret Fuller:
“Today a Reader”,
Art Print

“Today a reader, tomorrow a leader.”
Margaret Fuller


Mahatma Gandhi Charka Margaret Bourke-White
Mahatma Gandhi,
Photographic Print

Indian Leader Mohandas Gandhi reading as he sits cross legged on floor, photograph by Margaret Bourke-White.


Abraham Lincoln Reading to His Son, Tad, Giclee Print
Abraham Lincoln Reading to His Son, Tad,
Giclee Print

Abraham Lincoln Reading to His Son, Tad

• more Lincoln posters


Marilyn Monroe Reading Motion Picture Daily, New York, c.1955, Art Print
Marilyn Monroe
Reading Motion
Picture Daily,
New York, c.1955,
Art Print

Marilyn Monroe (née Norma Jean Mortenson)
b. 6-1-1926; Los Angeles
d. 8-5-1962; Brentwood


Elvis Presley Reading the Paper in London, 1958, Art Print
Elvis Presley Reading the Paper in London, 1958,
Art Print

Elvis Presley
b. 1-8-1935; Tupelo, Mississippi
d. 8-16-1977; Memphis, TN


Mark Twain - "The Man Who Does Not Read" Poster
Mark Twain - “The Man Who Does Not Read” Poster

Mark Twain - “The Man Who Does Not Read”
“The man who does not read good books has no advantage over the man who can't read them.” - Mark Twain


Virgil 70-19 BC) Reading the 'Aeneid' to Livia, Octavia and Augustus, 1819, Giclee Print
Poet Virgil Reading the 'Aeneid'
to Livia, Octavia and Augustus,
Giclee Print

Poet Virgil (70-19 BC) Reading the 'Aeneid' to Livia, Octavia and Augustus, 1819
(Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres)

Virgil's The Aeneid, an epic poem written in dactylic hexameter between 29 and 19 BC, tells of the legendary Aeneas, a Trojan who travelled to Italy where he became the ancestor of the Romans.


Man and Boy Reading Book About Africa, Giclee Print
Man and Boy Reading Book About Africa, Giclee Print

Man and Boy Reading Book About Africa

Africa posters
Black History posters


Two Blind Men Reading Books in Braille During Class at First Baptist Church, Margaret Bourke-White, Photographic Print
Reading Books
in Braille,
Photographic Print

The braille system of reading and writing for blind and visually impaired people was developed by Louis Braille. Braille, who was blind himself from the age of four, was a notable teacher at the Royal Institution for Blind Youth in Paris.


Learning How to Read, Giclee Print
Learning How to Read, 1490,
Giclee Print

Learning How to Read

• more Middle Ages posters


Learning How to Read, Giclee Print
Learn to Read,
Giclee Print

Soviet Propaganda -
Learn to read! “He who is illiterate is like a blind man. Failure and misfortune lie in wait for him on all sides.”
Alexei Radakov, 1920

• more Russia posters


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