Tag: bulletin board ideas

Mummy Bulletin Board

I have mentioned before that I have parent volunteers decorate my hallway bulletin board. They always do such a good job and I’m always so happy with the results! I wanted to share with you all my adorable, Halloween bulletin board: The kids love it!! They think is is pretty

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January = Snow & Penguins

For some reason January makes me think of snow, penguins, and pretty much nothing else. Here in Utah it has been so bitter cold lately. It’s cold enough that my students are literally begging me to let them stay inside for recess and, because I am a sucker, I usually say yes. 

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Thanksgiving Bulletin Board

On Friday one of my awesome parent volunteers put together this adorable Thanksgiving bulletin board. {Can I just tell you that I have the BEST parent volunteers??!} Last week this wonderful parent volunteer sent home a feather with each student, that she pre-cut out of poster board. My students got

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Bulletin Board Ideas

Wooohooo! My back-to-school bulletin board is finished! *Insert sigh of relief!* I have a love/hate relationship with bulletin boards. I love thinking of the idea, I hate carrying it out {it’s stressful}, and I love the finished product. This year I am going to continue with the same circus/carnival theme

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predicting

Hello Friends! Happy Monday… {is there such a thing???} Today we talked a whole lot about predicting… and the SUPER Bowl! Since I am a total girly girl and I know N-O-T-H-I-N-G about football, I had to recruit my husband and some of my students to help me on this

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DIY magnetic art wall

Last year I had a “cursed” wall. I wish I took a picture of it for you, because it really was cursed. It was ugly, damaged, and I couldn’t staple a thing into it. I covered it with butcher paper (by taping and gluing it down) and used it as

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Home Reading Tracker (Reading Beads)

Since I have a carnival/circus theme in my classroom, I made a “Reading is Sweet” bulletin board with some cute lollipops I found in the Target Dollar Spot. This board is used to track home reading minutes. For every 100 minutes read at home, my students earn a pony bead

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even and odd street

We kicked off the year learning about “even” and “odd” numbers. (I want them to do their Everyday Learning workbooks independently…) I found a great idea on… you guessed it Pinterest… with Even and Odd Houses.  I feel in love with it immediately and I had to do it with my

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First Grade Calendar Time

Here are a few pictures of my calendar wall. I put a lot of thought into this bulletin board and it took me a long time to finally put it together. I really wanted to make this space meaningful, because I think calendar time is really important. We start every

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Chicka Chicka… BOOM BOOM!

Last year I had a jungle themed classroom.  I also incorporated the Chicka Chicka Boom Boom book into a lot of classroom activities.  So I created a Chicka Chicka, Boom Boom bulletin board to welcome my new students on the first day of school! Each letter represents a student and

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my SUPER bulletin board

I have a love/hate relationship with my hallway bulletin board… I love decorating it. I hate the time it takes to decorate it. Thank goodness for Teacher Appreciation Week and the PTA at my school! My room mom (who just happens to be my older sister) decorated this A-MAZ-ING board: How

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today you are you

Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss! Here is my bulletin board for March: This is one of my favorite quotes by Dr. Seuss. Painting this hat/cake was so much fun… I just wish I had more time to do stuff like this! On a Side Note: I have to get my very

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POW! A Zeno Sight Word Game

This FREE activity takes regular, boring flashcards and turns them into a fun, competitive game. Your students won’t even realize they are learning!