Creating posters just got easy! Find poster templates that you can customize for any project or storyboard lesson!
Choose from the categories below to see the template libraries. You can also see all education poster templates to find one you like. Happy storyboarding!
Featured Poster Templates
Our team of teachers has been hard at work adding incredible, customizable poster templates to our template library. You will find posters for all subjects, in color and black and white, and in the landscape and portrait layout. Want to create your own poster template? You can do that too! Our interactive and free online poster maker in the storyboard creator is easy to use, and has tons of options for original posters.
Why Use Storyboard That Educational Poster Templates?
Our expansive collection of custom posters will help save you tons of time and money! Our fully customizable and eye-catching posters can be used for any subject, to hang in the classroom, for social media, projects, and so much more. Our site gives you the starting point that you need in order to create fantastic, original posters that allow you to use custom designs, pre-made borders and other poster aspects, and even your own images!
How to Use a Storyboard That Poster Template
We have made it incredibly easy to use our customizable poster templates. Simply find a poster design that you like, and click on the copy template button. This will bring you directly to the storyboard creator, where you will give your poster template a name, customize as you see fit, and save! Once you arrive in the storyboard creator, you can change anything and everything about the template, or leave the design as it is and add your personalized information. If you are using the poster online for an assignment or class activity, it will always be located in your storyboard library. If you want to download as a pdf or print any of our poster designs, you can do that too! We give you and your students the tools that you need to succeed.
How to Create a Poster From Scratch
Don’t have an account but want to create an educational poster? Try us out for 2 weeks completely FREE and have full access to our free online poster maker and our free templates, and all of the tools in the creator. Creating from scratch is easy, just follow the steps below:
- Click on the “create a storyboard” button. This will bring you to the storyboard creator.
- Give your poster a name. We suggest giving it a detailed name so that you know how to find it in the future. Click continue.
- Now that you are in the creator, click on the “layout” button in the right hand menu. Choose either a “8.5 x 14” or a “11 x 17” poster template depending on how large you would like your poster to be.
- Choose whether you want your poster to be horizontal or vertical and click “okay”.
- To find Storyboard That’s premade assets such as borders and lines, click on the “worksheets” button in the top row. If you are on a small screen such as a Chromebook, you may have to press the “more” button to find this option.
- Once you see the assets that you would like to include, simply drag and drop, resize, and move around as you see fit. We even have specific subject matter assets for math and science posters!
- After you have made your own poster, click save and exit.
Creating a poster template from scratch with our free online poster maker can be fun, but don’t forget: you can copy one of our premade free templates or storyboard posters and make major changes to it.
Ideas for Classroom Use!
Students of all ages love eye-catching and interesting posters around the classroom. Posters are also really fun and engaging project ideas, especially when created using Storyboard That! With lots of fonts, icons, and borders, your educational or for fun posters will be loved by the whole school! Here are a few suggestions on specific ways to use posters in the classroom:
- Board Game Posters: This is a fan favorite! Our blank game posters are perfect for any post lesson or unit activity, as they are super versatile and FUN!
- Classroom Rules: Create your class rules together and print out! If you would rather not print, another idea would be to have the rules displayed on the board each morning. These posters could also be used for all parts of the school such as the cafeteria, the gym, or the music room.
- Social Media Poster: Have students create a social media poster for themselves as part of a “get to know you” activity, or they could create a social media poster for a biography project.
- Map Posters: Choose from one of our many map posters to display around the classroom. Another idea is to have students make map posters of their own!
- Movie Posters: A popular assignment for after students finish a book is to have them make a movie poster. We have tons of images and graphics to help these posters pop!
- Schedule Posters: Want a creative way to display your daily schedule that’s easy and eye-popping? Look no further!
- PSA Infographic Posters: These poster templates are so fun to use! Do you want to educate your students about an important cause, or have them make their own posters? These public service announcement posters are perfect!
Why Use Storyboard That?
Storyboard That is the perfect tool for novel lesson plans and activities because it's so easy to use and extremely versatile. With Storyboard That, you can create a wide variety of storyboards such as the story from the main character's perspective, or any other character's point of view.
You can also use Storyboard That to create a summary of the book, a movie poster, or analyze themes and events. Plus, our printable worksheets make it easy to take the fun offline.
Why is Storyboarding a Great Method of Teaching?
Storyboarding is an incredibly powerful tool for educators because it helps students process and understand the information in a deep, meaningful way. When students storyboard, they are actively engaged in the learning process and can make connections between the text and their own lives.
Storyboards also promote higher-level thinking by encouraging students to synthesize information and think critically about what they have read. Finally, storyboards are a great way to assess student understanding because they provide a visual representation of student learning.
Frequently Asked Questions about Poster Templates
What is the difference between poster and infographic?
The difference between a poster and an infographic is that infographics have charts, images, and text that explain a specific topic in a certain way. Posters, on the other hand, have various information that is presented in a unique and engaging way.
How do I use education poster templates?
To use a premade poster board template, simply click on the template that you like, and copy it into your storyboard library. You will be asked to give it a name, and then you will be able to customize your poster online however you would like!
Can I make a poster template free of charge?
Yes, you can! Sign up for a 14 day free trial and unlock access to our vast template library and take advantage of free poster templates! We give you a worksheet sample and a poster sample for all template pages!