Here is a “Velcro Poster” that I made as an example of what I expect the students to make. I call this a “velcro poster” because all the pieces of the poster are attached with velcro. This makes a great teaching and learning tool.
Our “teachers” will “build”” the poster in front of their students as they teach the process of photosynthesis. After our teachers leave, the students in other classes can rehearse this new information by rebuilding the poster while explaining the process of photosynthesis.
I made the pieces of the poster with some thicker, white art paper. Using colored pens and pencils and our science book as a guide, I drew the different components. I outlined everything in pen to make it look really sharp. Next, the pieces were laminated (Thanks Brian’s mom!). I painted the background posterboard with some liquid water colors.