Is it time to spiff up your homeschool classroom? Check out our list of organizations that will ship educational posters to you for free!
Pass It On
Pass It On is an organization that aims to share uplifting messages hoping to “encourage people to bring out the best in themselves.” They are a nonpartisan, nonsectarian organization, and they carefully design their public service messages to have general universal appeal.
United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)
The USDA offers free educational posters with nature and agricultural themes.
Food and Nutrition Services
If you or your homeschool group participate in one of the USDA’s Child Nutrition Programs, you can request free printed copies of posters and other materials from Team Nutrition.
Florida Institute of Technology
You can choose from seven different STEM-related posters designed by students at the Florida Institute of Technology. A free high school lesson plan is also available for their current STEM theme.
National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)
NIDA provides free posters that aim to encourage students to just say no.
National Poetry Month
Though you have plenty of months to prepare for National Poetry Month, consider ordering a free poster to boost your child’s excitement for poetry in the month of April and beyond.
Portland Art Museum
Posters are available free of charge to educators in Oregon and Washington. The goal for these posters is to provide educators and students with artwork that can be studied and enjoyed wherever you are. If you are not from Oregon or Washington, the artwork is still available to be downloaded.
More posters that can be downloaded and printed at home:
USDA Forest Service