Customize Strategy Templates

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What is a Strategy Poster?

A strategy poster is an excellent way to display strategies for certain subject areas such as reading, writing, social studies, and science. When posters are colorful, laminated, and hung up around the classroom, students take notice and learn from them!

Why Strategy Posters?

Posters for reading or problem solving strategies serve as great reminders to help students get the most out of the lesson! Reading strategy posters can be hung in reading corners. These posters show the different steps or processes students can use while working through different topics. Students can also create posters to demonstrate their understanding of important strategies to use in any subject.

Ideas for Reading Strategy Posters

Reading strategy posters are a great way to help students remember important strategies they can use while reading. Here are some examples of reading skill posters you may want to use:

  • Use context clues to understand unknown words
  • Analyze the main idea and details in each paragraph
  • Break down complex or unfamiliar words into smaller parts
  • Make connections between what you are reading and other texts
  • Ask questions to help guide your understanding of the text
  • Use reading strategies posters for group activities
  • Use your reading comprehension posters for individual homework worksheets

Make Your Own Strategy Poster

Want to know how to create a professional-looking poster? In case you've never made a poster before, use our reading comprehension poster templates and follow these tips:

  1. Think about the goal of the poster. It can serve as a guide in your design decisions.
  2. Pick a color scheme. Colors are the best way to draw attention and convey a message.
  3. Use text wisely. Pick a font that’s easy to read and place the text evenly throughout the layout. Make sure to check out poster template gallery for even more handy templates.

Making your own poster is fun, but with our software, you can choose from a variety of reading strategy templates to make the poster-making process much easier. Free reading strategy posters and education infographic templates are keys to any learner's comprehension.

How to Make a Strategy Poster Using a Storyboard That Template


Choose One of the Premade Strategy Poster Templates

We have color portrait templates. Take a look at our strategy poster example for inspiration!


Click on "Copy Template"

Once you do this, you will be directed to the storyboard creator.


Give Your Poster a Name

Be sure to call it something related to the topic so that you can easily find it in the future.


Edit Your Poster

This is where you will include directions, specific questions and images, and make any aesthetic changes that you would like. The options are endless!


Click "Save and Exit"

When you are finished with your strategy poster, click this button in the lower right hand corner to exit your storyboard.


Next Steps

From here you can print, download as a PDF, attach it to an assignment and use it digitally, and more!

Happy Creating!

Frequently Asked Questions about Strategy Posters

What is a reading strategies poster?

Reading comprehension strategies posters are illustrations designed to help students remember the essential steps and processes they need to use while reading. They can range from simple reminders of critical processes to more in-depth visuals that illustrate the steps of a specific strategy.

How to use our free reading strategy posters?

Our reading strategy posters are easy to customize and use. Choose one of our strategy templates and edit the words and images to make it your own. Then use it in class activities.

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