Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Motivational Quotes for State Testing {Free Posters!}

Hi friends! It's Blair, from One Lesson at a Time. Well, it's about that time again. You know what time. Testing time. Everybody's favorite time of the year, right?? Errr.....sure. 

I'm a self-professed quote lover. Whenever I find myself in need of a bit of inspiration or motivation, I turn to Google in search of the perfect words of wisdom. I especially like using powerful quotes during testing season to help motivate kiddos - and myself - to do their best and feel confident about their abilities. 

Here are a few of my current favorites:

These posters would be great on a bulletin board or other display to help remind your students that they can do anything they put their mind to. They would also look fabulous in a great frame! If you'd like to download the PDF version of the posters to print out and use in your classroom, just click {HERE} to grab them free from Google Drive!

Here are some links to some related posts on my blog, One Lesson at a Time. The following poster is from a post that I did about selling on Teachers Pay Teachers - but there are some great quote posters that would work nicely for testing season there as well! Click on the picture below to check it out:

I also recently posted on my blog about the myth that teaching "gets easier". Click on the picture below to read my thoughts on that subject:
Looking for practical resources to use in your classroom to prepare your students for standardized testing? Click {HERE} to check out my test prep resources in my TpT store!

Thanks so much for stopping by and reading today! Have a great week!


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