Toddlers are like sponges, they soak up everything around them. Educational posters can help them solidify key concepts like the alphabet, basic counting, colors or even the days of the week and months. Whether your toddler is in daycare or home with you, consider adding these educational posters to their surroundings to help reinforce early learning building blocks.
Each educational toddler poster is 16 by 11 inches and comes with glue dots for easy mounting. You’ll also like how economical these posters are.
These educational posters help reinforce the alphabet, shapes, numbers, the solar system, weather, animals, seasons, a U.S. and world map so much and more.
These educational posters feature dual-sided designs in both English and Spanish. You’ll get nine posters in each set. Children will learn the alphabet, numbers, colors and more.
Children will love these brightly colored educational toddler posters. Each poster is printed on 100-pound paper and is vibrantly illustrated to keep children engaged.
You’ll love that these educational toddler posters are meant to last and are designed for you to write on. They’re safe for use with whiteboard pens, chalk and crayons.
Educational posters can improve the learning process for your little ones. Using these visual aids, they can learn basic concepts including the days of the weeks, months and different seasons. They can also practice their ABCs and numbers. Hang these posters on your walls to make learning engaging for your younger children.
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Melissa holds a doctorate in pharmacy and is a home educator, co-teaching a high school chemistry class and a primary school class. Having taught two of her own children to read, write and traverse Singapore Math, Melissa has spent hundreds, if not thousands of hours researching and testing curriculum.
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