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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.
Are these triangles congruent? How do you know? These are the fundamental questions being addressed in this resource. Young geometers explore what information needs to be given to create and show congruent triangles for displaying on a school bulletin board.
Bulletin boards are not just for show, they can be interactive and informative too.
Fall is a perfect time to make colorful bulletin boards that you can use to display student work.
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.
Learners research preselected American Writers using primary sources. In this American Literature lesson, students use their findings from their research to place information about the writers on the interactive bulletin board.
Students state the reasons they are thankful. They follow directions to create feathers for a bulletin board turkey. They share their feathers before it is placed on the board.
Youngsters study the seasons, their birth month, and seasonal items. Each child will share a personal item that represents the season in which they were born. 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. Incorporate digital literacy by having kids create a virtual bulletin board on Pinterest or finding pictures you could pin onto a class Pinterest board for each season/month.
Young scholars create and paint flowers. In this flowers activity, students read Planting a Rainbow, discuss the different types and parts of flowers, and paint their own giant flower. Young scholars display their flowers on a bulletin board.
Fifth graders write a paragraph about what makes their school so special. They create collage seahorses and display their work on a bulletin board decorated in the style of illustrator Eric Carle.
First graders explain that a character is a person or animal in the story and that characters have goals. They illustrate a caption of a character to be displayed on a bulletin board.
Young artists create a bulletin board based on books they have read. They complete a book report and share the information with the class, and use different types of technology to help finish the board.
Students discuss holidays dealing with patriotic national holidays or remembrances. After choosing a teacher-provided prompt. they write responses to it. They write their paragraphs on paper shaped like bricks and pin them to a "wall of peace" bulletin board.
Learners research the popular press for wellness related articles, information, and pictures. They show responsibility in maintaining and updating a weekly bulletin board.
Students are introduced to current events through the use of a class bulletin board. They choose a person from current events to study and follow an outline to produce one or two notecards of information. They present their information to the class before placing their notecards on the bulletin board.
Who fixes the swings at the park? The class creates a community bulletin board to explore the goods and services provided for their community in both the private and government sectors. They discuss taxes, consumers' wants and needs, and community cost benefits.
In a visual essay of their thoughts about "What America Means to Me," kids of any age can create a collage about their country. Originally intended to be created physically, learners could share their projects online by using an interactive bulletin board or an online presentation site.
Students create a classroom letter-sound recognition bulletin board. They post each letter of the alphabet on the board, and place photos and written name cards of each student with the corresponding letter of their name.
Students build vocabulary skills by rewriting the names of some popular holiday songs, and create a fun "Holiday Tune" bulletin board display.
Students engage in a lesson that is composed of a literature study using the story "Planting A Rainbow" by Lois Ehlert. They create projects about plants and flowers using the book and opportunities to paint. This is accomplished by cutting out flowers and then journaling about what they created.