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To give your students’ artwork a special sparkle, what you need to do is have your kids paint the part of the picture that needs the shine with white glue. ... Read this tip
Each year I put up a pumpkin patch bulletin board. Parents and kids love finding their pumpkins as well as looking at pictures while waiting outside my room during conference time.
With Columbus Day ahead, we have been studying Christopher Columbus and what life was like back then. We have done several activities and have also read various books about Columbus, his crew, and the hardships involved.
Whether you color and cut out or buy a picture of a large turkey, hang it without feathers in the center of your bulletin board or on the wall. Challenge ... Read this tip
I help my 5th graders with tracing silhouettes. After they have cut them out they find words and phrases in magazines to add to their silhouettes representing their thoughts and ... Read this tip
At the beginning of each school year I have my husband or volunteer parent help me put up two to three covers for bulletin boards at once, placing one on ... Read this tip
This year I created a “Kids at Work” bulletin board. I used black background paper bordered with a yellow border. The centerpiece of the board was a yellow diamond that ... Read this tip
Instead of using traditional borders have your kids create them. For example, they can stamp apples or trace leaves with chalk on thin strips for your fall bulletin board. You ... Read this tip
On one of the walls in my classroom I have a “Wall of Fame” bulletin board where the children can hang up any work that they are proud of. The ... Read this tip