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The History of Public Education in the U.S.

Published under History on 08/15/2014

How the state-funded, public school system came to be: With the most educational U.S. history poster out there, we decided to share with you the history of education in the U.S! Beginnings Initially, education in the American colonies was the same as it had been for centuries. Children from upper class families were really the […]

Independence Day Facts

Published under News on 07/03/2014

Our Nation’s Biggest Secular Holiday We love America’s biggest secular holiday (Independence Day) US History Poster. We love the celebration of everything good that embodies America. While taking a break from creating the most education US History Poster we do enjoy celebrating Independence Day. As Independence Day is right around the corner we have decided […]

Highlights of History: Month of May

Published under News on 05/01/2014

Exploring The History Of The Month Of May Over the years Lyle Green, founder of US History Poster, has spread history in an accessible way through the most educational US history poster available. To pay tribute to that wonderful goal of educating, and learning about our history we are going to cover some of the […]

Visual Learning

Published under History,Presidents,Teaching Tools on 04/16/2014

There are many great reasons to buy a US History poster; however, one of the hallmark reasons is that visual learning is a very effective form of learning. Because of the great design of the poster, and the information within, learning from this poster will be a great help in gaining US History knowledge. With […]

March: Women’s History Month

Published under News on 03/10/2014

Pictured Above: Amelia Earheart March is Women’s History Month. This month is dedicated to the remembering of Women and their impact on society as a whole and individually. This year’s theme has been announced as “Celebrating women of courage, character, and commitment”. We would like to celebrate women who have displayed courage, character, and commitment […]

Teaching America

Published under History,Home School,Patriotic,Presidents,Teaching Tools on 01/13/2014

12th President of the United States. Go. Chances are you didn’t immediately think to yourself, of course that would be Zachary Taylor. It’s sad to think and heart breaking to say, but we are losing our patriotism. Little by little we forget the men and women who dedicated their lives to cultivating the United States. […]

Spotlight: Abigail Adams

Published under News on 12/17/2013

The United States has been a work in progress since the day it was created. Many brave and intelligent men and women have led this nation by the hand to where it is today. We are going to spotlight one of the first women’s equality activists in US history. This month US History Poster would […]

What Makes a Great U.S. History Poster?

Published under History on 10/21/2013

Since the early 20th century, the U.S. has been using posters as a means to get its message out to the public. These U.S. history posters feature bold illustrations and persuasive messages that are catchy and tend to stand out in a consumer’s mind. What makes a great U.S. history poster is its ability to […]

Famous US Presidents Through the Centuries

Published under History,Presidents on 08/25/2013

The United States has entered its fourth century of existence. It began after a treaty was signed in Britain in 1783 to end the Revolutionary War. The Constitution of the United Sates was adopted in 1787. The first President to serve the United Sates was George Washington and since then 43 other men have served […]

History Posters in Home as a Teaching Tool

Published under Home School,Teaching Tools on 06/24/2013

Home teaching or homeschooling as some people may call it, is a different world when it comes to learning. There are many benefits from homeschooling your child. Structure and consistency are the most important things to remember. There is a variety of homeschooling methods such as workbooks/textbooks, unit studies, lap books and unschooling to name […]

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