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If you have a bad budget, we have scholarship slots for our Portland, Oregon Breakthrough Strategies to Teach and Counsel Troubled Youth Workshop on October 10-11, 2013. Call us at 1.800.545.5736 to sign up to attend this behavior and classroom management workshop as a scholarship work-study helper.


In This Issue:

free school posterTo celebrate our all-new posters, for a limited time, we're giving away free posters to elementary, middle school and high school teachers, counselors and principals.

Grab the posters now and you'll have fresh, new wall decorations for your classroom or office when you return to school this fall. Gear up for back-to-school now and avoid that last minute rush to get the classroom decorations you need.

You can see one of the free posters pictured at right. It's the perfect motivation-maker for your classroom or office.

We think we have some of the best school posters that exist, and they're even better when they are offered as free printable versions, and that's exactly what we have for you if you're a K-12 educator.

To get the free printable school posters featured in this Behavior and Classroom Management Blog issue, you have to take two quick steps by June 18, 2013:

  1. Tell a co-worker about the free posters by sending them a link to this article (, putting a mention on twitter, or by posting the link on your Facebook page, on your blog or similar location.
  2. Email us to tell us that you shared this offer with a colleague, then we'll email back to you the link to the free posters.

Get Your Free School Posters Right Here

We're going to give away two of our brand new, school posters. These beauties will be perfect for a fresh, new back-to-school look for your classroom.

First up, a funny school poster, followed by a more serious one.

The first free poster is a motivational message poster.

The second free poster is designed to help you reduce peer conflict and interaction problems.

Build a better new school year. Grab these free posters now.


free school poster A Funny
Free School Poster

Starting with Day 1, you want to motivate, motivate, motivate students.

This cute and silly poster gets the job done. This is Poster #301 and it says "They call it a diploma because it would be silly to call it a dollaroma. Every diploma doubles the dollars."

To get this poster as a free printable, follow the two quick steps listed above.

Prefer to buy the pre-printed version of this poster for $8, click here.

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free school postersA Serious

Free School Poster

This poster focuses on a serious aspect of school: the meanness of students towards each other. Beginning this effort at the start of your school year can help curtail the problem before it starts.

Help control the amount of gossip that students spread about each other by getting this free poster, #294. It says "Gossip Hurts. Don't spread it. Say 'That's mean.'"

Created in response to requests from elementary school counselors, this poster is designed to work in elementary, middle school and high school classrooms.

To get this poster as a free printable, take the steps shown above.

You can also order this poster for $8 pre-printed.


We Have More New School Posters

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See more of our newest posters here. Once on the page, sort by date, with most recent first. Posters #289 and higher are all brand new.

That's Poster #298 shown at left. It's just $8.

If you have a poster you would like us to make, be sure to let us know by emailing us.






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About Ruth Herman Wells

Author/Trainer Ruth Herman Wells, M.S. is the director of Youth Change Professional Development Workshops. In 2011, Ruth was rated as a Top 10 U.S. K-12 educational and motivational speaker by Speakerwiki and Speakermix. She is the author of several book series, a columnist, adjunct professor for two universities, and a popular keynote speaker and workshop presenter. Ruth's dozens of books includes Temper and Tantrum Tamers and Turn On the Turned-Off Student.