Halloween, a beloved holiday for kids, is an excellent time to use your classroom bulletin boards for intentional fun with a spooky flair. Bulletin boards are a classic fixture in American classrooms. Once used merely as decorations, to make a classroom look lively and colorful, today bulletin boards are part of intentional classroom design and student engagement.
Are you looking for a fun-filled back to school bulletin board idea? We have two for early learning classrooms.
It is best practice to use bulletin boards to teach or emphasize learning in the classroom. Bulletin boards are an element of intentional learning design, not decoration.
According to author/educator Michael Gravois, quoted in Education World: ” …a bulletin board can be both educational and decorative.”
Here are two ideas, to help start your school year.
April is an excellent time to roll out the Science Lab Tables, set out the Science Lab Stools and celebrate National Frog Month. There are lots of ways to incorporate froggy fun into the children’s classroom experience. Adopt one of our fun bulletin board ideas for April. We’ve listed several below for your consideration:
St. Patrick’s Day and spring typically come to mind when trying to come up with fun bulletin board ideas for March. However, there is another route that educators can take thanks to National Peanut Month. It’s a great opportunity to talk about a variety of topics from food allergies, peanut farming, plant biology, famous inventors and presidents to animals that eat peanuts for dinner. With that said, here are a few nutty ideas for the classroom: