This LARGE scientific method poster will look GREAT in any science classroom!
There are two different versions included – the large poster will take up most of a typical 7′ x 4′ bulletin board:
And the smaller version is perfect for a half bulletin board:
You can make this poster with any printer!
This is a black & white printable DIY poster.
Print the pieces you want to use, cut them out, and assemble your bulletin board.
For best results, print on color paper or card stock and laminate.
If you want your poster to look exactly like mine, you need to print it on Astrobrights color paper. (affiliate link)
The NGSS may be moving away from the scientific method, but YOU are the teacher.
It’s up to you to preserve the scientific method!
It’s a great way to introduce the concept of scientific inquiry!
It’s a great starting point!
Easy printing guide included.
The easy printing guide makes it a BREEZE to print the panels you want to use.
Other teachers LOVE this resource!
Check out two of the several perfect reviews:
Thank you for this clear and engaging bulletin board set! I particularly appreciate the multiple options offered for display.-Anne G.
Thank you for such an incredible resource! This is amazing beyond belief! They loved this!-Allison W.
This bulletin board would look GREAT in your classroom!
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