Posters furnish excellent illustrative material for club programs and will add much interest to the work. There are usually members of the club who have artistic ability and can make use of their ability in this way, but it is not necessary to be an artist in order to make good posters or cartoons, as excellent results can be obtained by cutting advertisements from magazines and arranging them and pasting them on cardboard so as to illustrate various subjects. The value of the poster does not depend upon its artistic side but in the clever representation and emphasis of some important fact of science as related to the lives of the pupils and to the community in which they live.
©1932 by Iowa State Teachers College
"The Use of Posters in Club Work,"
Science Bulletin: Vol. 4:
6, Article 15.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uni.edu/science_bulletin/vol4/iss6/15