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An ox looks on while a child receives abuse.

Free printable! Inclusion poster, Fair is Not Always Equal. | inclusive education, special education, teaching students with disabilities

Show your support for inclusive education with this FAIR IS NOT ALWAYS EQUAL poster, a great illustration of why UDL is so important.

Source: mrprintables.com 4. Alphabet Print No child’s/baby’s room is complete without an alphabet print of some kind. It makes a great piece of art because every child needs to learn the alphabet and words that are associated with each letter. I love this particular one because the little pictures next to each letter are so cute andContinue Reading...

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CLASSROOM POSTER -CYBERBULLYING - Good reminder of the effect words have on a person.

A good visual poster that simply illustrates the subject matter of cyberbullying. Furthermore, it presents a website students can go to, to report child cyberbullying.

Princess and the Pea (The Real Princess), Edmund Dulac illustration to the Princess and the Pea fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen—and inspiration for The Rules of Ever After.

A Princess and the Pea Master Bedroom

Princess and the Pea (The Real Princess), Edmund Dulac illustration to the Princess and the Pea fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen. Too funny, because I have several feather beds on my bed.

How the Brain Benefits from Being Bilingual

How the Brain Benefits from Being Bilingual [Infographic]

There are number of strong cognitive benefits for bilingual speakers. For example, speaking two languages means the brain develops denser grey matter, improves children’s test scores, and affords higher salaries across a large number of professions.

(will make a cute quilt!)Tom Eckersley (1914-1997) was an English poster artist known for his use of bold, bright colors and simple block shapes. During WWII he was a cartographer for the Royal Air Force and created designs for the General Post Office. In 1948 he was awarded the Order of the British Empire for his services to poster design.

Tom Eckersley

Greetings 1983 Link Poster from Tom Eckersley, a giant in the British graphic design history. Clever use of negative space. Simple design is hard. This one proofs it.

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