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Middle schoolers create travel brochures of China's nine regions and make a bulletin board display with them.
Middle schoolers research weather disasters by exploring relationships in the atmospheric variables that they can observe locally. They describe people who need weather forecasts in their daily lives/occupations and analyze weather data to produce a local forecast. Consider having learners create an online bulletin board showing pictures of different types of weather and forecasting tools. 
Students engage in a study of incorporating literature into the Social Studies classroom. They review a variety of literature sources and then create a bulletin board with the information. Then students practice using the Reader's Theater teaching strategy.
Third graders listen to the book, Giving Thanks: A Native American Good Morning Message. They share their feelings about the book and say what they are truly thankful for in their lives. Each student writes thankful thoughts on leaves for a bulletin board.
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.
First graders, in groups, studying symmetry, compose collages and bulletin boards.
Students create a bulletin board graph illustrating Punxsutawney Phil's past predictions. Students also perform research about past predictions. The learners also graph the predictions and answer questions about the data.
Pupils identify the various jobs that need to be done to make a school run smoothly. They demonstrate their appreciation for the various people who work at the school by creating a bulletin board display and showing respect and consideration when the interact with adults at school. They write a class book about the people who work at their school and the jobs that they do.
Fifth graders use descriptive words to write a recipe. They use the theme of Spring describing what would make for the perfect spring break, vacation, or day. They write their recipe on a recipe card and display their recipes on the bulletin board.
Students work in small groups to find pictures that represent the fractions 1/2, 1/3, and 1/4. They paste their examples onto bulletin board paper and share their results with the rest of the class.
Students build vocabulary skills by rewriting the names of some popular holiday songs, and create a fun "Holiday Tune" bulletin board display.
Learners investigate the painting style of Van Gogh by creating a bulletin board with sunflowers on it. This is a creative project that is to be done at the end of a unit of study for plants. Specifically, this is done because of the lack of a real field for observation.
Students examine the types of animals that live in the ocean. Using the Internet, they research an animal of their choice and note its size, if it is endangered and other important information. They create a 3D model of the animal and attach it to a bulletin board.
Young scholars work together to create a bulletin board display for their classroom which is a Job Resource Center containing information and ideas for job search.
High schoolers compare and contrast a Japanese castle with a Welsh castle. In groups, pupils use the internet to research specified topics on a castle. They explore the government, construction and military function of the area. Classmates create a bulletin board display of their findings.
Fifth graders research an assigned animal on the Internet and determine if their assigned animal is a producer, a consumer, or a decomposer. They type a one page report on their assigned animal citing online references, edit their work, and proofread another student's work. The students construct a food chain on the bulletin board using pictures they draw or pint out.
Students create a visual presentation of the characteristics of a biome. Working in small groups, students use traditional and online resources to gather data concerning biomes. Students use their information to create a bulletin board presentation.
Young scholars study the process by which the colonists made fabric for clothes and quilts by looking at the trade books and bulletin board displays at the center and recording the information on their fiber investigation sheets.
Students read a story about a snowman. They work together as a team to create a snowman for the bulletin board. Students explain how they worked together as a team. They write a short story about their snowman.
Students analyze how the environment and family history impacts personal health. In this personal health lesson, students discuss cancer and survey the school community about the disease. Students create a bulletin board about cancer and build banners for people who have personally experienced the disease.

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