I'm teaming up with Doodle Bugs Teaching for another edition of Five for Friday! This Friday, I'm going to be looking over some fantastic bulletin board ideas with you!
Here we go :)
Isn't this amazing! Students and parents will absolutely love this bulletin board! I absolutely love the reference to such an old game, and have all the students being the ghost/monsters :) It might take a lot of work, but you'd definitely make an impression with this one.
Oh sorry, got distracted there. Up is one of my favourite movies and this door (ok, technically not a bulletin board, but was too cute not to share) is a fantastic way to welcome your students for the new year!
For your viewing pleasure, click on the image for a very short clip of the Squirrel scene from the movie.
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This is genius! Students will absolutely love participating in the creation of this bulletin board! I don't know about your students, but I have so many students pouring over Where's Waldo books every week at the library.
This is a cute ideas as a first day activity as well as a back to school bulletin board. Distribute post-its and have students answer one of 3 questions about their fellow classmates (hard to see, but the questions are on the top border). A fun way to get to know one another!
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Now this is probably my favourite out of all of them. This is so original and adorable! I love this theme!
I have one more here for you, that's not specifically for Back to School season, but that I really wanted to share because I think it's just fantastic!
It's such an easy bulletin board to do (it might take time though) and it can lead to so many great discussions in your classroom about how attitude can affect (negatively OR positively) any situation that they are facing. I just love it.
And there you have it! Hope you were inspired by some great bulletin boards. Would love to see your back to school bulletin boards, just leave me a link in the comments below!
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