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  BULLETIN BOARD IDEAS
Note: Grade levels are given as a guideline only. Lessons are always adaptable.

If your email messages are any indication, one thing that is always on every teacher's mind is what to do with tired old bulletin boards. So, this section of KinderArt is devoted to just that... dressing up bulletin boards. Here, teachers and parents from around the world share their excellent decorating ideas.

ALOHA K-5
Nanette Sposito shows you how to incorporate the state of Hawaii and the book Chicka Chicka Boom Boom, into a bulletin board.

ART WORDS K-5
Use art words to decorate a bulletin board in your classroom. From Paula Schinski.

ARTICULATE K-5
Here is a photograph of a unique way to decorate a classroom bulletin board using the word articulate (with emphasis on the art). From Paula Schinski.

ARTIST MICE ARE NICE PreK-2
Directions on how to create a preschool classroom bulletin board using mice (and student photographs) as the theme. From Beth Cruce.

ARTISTS' BIRTHDAYS K-5
Find out how to create a montly themed bulletin board which features birthdays of famous artists. From Paula Schinski.

BACK TO SCHOOL BULLETIN BOARD IDEAS K-5
Five great back to school ideas that teachers and students can do together.

CHANGING SEASONS BOARD PreK-2
Find ways to update your bulletin board with the changing of the seasons.

ELEMENTS OF ART K-5
Use the elements of art to decorate a bulletin board in your classroom. From Paula Schinski.

ISMS K-5
Use the "isms" of art to decorate a bulletin board in your classroom. From Paula Schinski.

LEAF BY LEAF K and up
This project from Sandi Kovach-Long can be adapted for a wide range of ages and abilities including adults with physical, perceptual and cognitive challenges.

LEARN SOMETHING NEW K-5
Use the the words "Today is a Great Day to Learn Something New" as inspiration for decorating a bulletin board in your classroom. From Paula Schinski.

MISTER SEAHORSE K-5
Create a bulletin board inspired by the Eric Carle book. The theme here is "we may be fish of a different kind, but in this school we swim together". From Alice Cunningham.

OPEN YOUR EYES TO ART K-5
A terrific Op Art bulletin board idea from Lynne Ciccarello.

PRIMARY FAMILY K-2
Use the primary colors to decorate a bulletin board in your classroom. From Paula Schinski.

SMILING FLOWERS PreK-2
Use photos of your students to decorate this fun, floral inspired bulletin board.

SPRING INDOORS PreK-2
Springtime animals and insects are the inspiration for this bulletin board. From Holly LaForge.

VAN GOGH'S SUNFLOWERS K-5
Students can make individual sunflowers using paper and glue. These sunflowers can then be used to decorate a classroom or school bulletin board. From Leslie Gould.

WHERE'S WALDO? K-5
Get inspired by the Where's Waldo character as you and your students create this bulletin board specific to your school. From Paula Schinski.

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Calendar Bulletin Board Display Set

Calendar Bulletin Board Display Set

Teachers can make every day a special day with this perpetual calendar display that has colorful monthly headers, reproducible numbers, and big enough squares to add educational and motivational notes. All bulletin board pieces are UV coated for extra durability. A 4-page teacher resource guide is included.


RECOMMENDED BOOKS

Creative Resources for Bulletin Boards in the Early Childhood Classroom
by Judy Herr
This book not only reviews the basics of bulletin boards, colors, backgrounds and borders, but it also shows how to make your bulletin boards educational for the children.

Everyday Bulletin Boards
by Liz Wilmes
Creative ideas today that you can use in your classroom tomorrow!