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Building a strong classroom community is a huge part of our job. This idea lets the kids help define the rules, ideas, and behaviors that they want in their classroom. They'll work together to design a bulletin board that exemplifies the learning community they've constructed.
Investigate physical education and sports throughout the years. Third graders view primary source prints and photographs and analyze what they see. Then, they compare different types of physical education programs and sports. The final product is a bulletin board or poster display.
Young interviewers will learn more about the school staff by asking them questions and creating a bulletin board display. They will learn how to make thoughtful interview questions, conduct professional interviews, and organize information for the bulletin board. A camera and word processing program is all that is needed to create a fabulous product!
Students study the seasons, their birth month, and seasonal items. In this seasons and birthdays lesson, students share a personal item that represents the season that they were born in. They add their item to a classroom bulletin board and write a sentence about their item. They also tell what they like to do in that season and why they like it.
Primary learners will embrace diversity and celebrate multiculturalism through these engaging activities. Which include reading the story Martin Luther King and singing the song "A Man Named King." They will also explore the concept of diversity through creating a paper doll model of themselves and adding this self replica to a class bulletin board. To complete this bulletin board students will dictate a sentence modeling Martin Luther King's vision of working together as one. To end this learning journey students will participate in making a peace tree.
Students write about their heroes. In this qualities of heroes lesson plan, students review heroes they have previously researched, list the characteristics of heroes and write a paragraph about their hero. Students type their finished paragraph, include a picture of their hero and add it to the wall of heroes bulletin board.
Create a language mosaic to reveal the linguistic diversity in your community. Pupils interview a person with a home language other than English and contribute to a bulletin board display representing the variety of languages spoken. The activity is part of the 1996 Canadian Census Results Teacher’s Kit. A link to other activities and materials is provided. Although the background information and statistics are based on Canadian census data, the concepts could be applied to any country or area
Students become familiar with local community life by gathering information and designing booklets which become part of a bulletin board display about the community. Each student creates a slide to contribute to a class presentation about the community and participates in presenting the information to students from a different community.