One of the best things about a classroom bulletin board is how it allows every member of the class to participate. Social interaction can be difficult for certain individuals such as the new student or the especially shy student. Even children with special needs can find interacting with others via the bulletin board to be easier and more fun.
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There is nothing quite as sad as a large, empty classroom bulletin board. Too often the board remains stagnate throughout the school year and both teachers and students become accustomed to seeing the same things day in and day out tacked to the board. Eventually, it becomes just like any other piece of art on the wall. Never changing and often overlooked.
A classroom bulletin board should be viewed as a way to emphasize the lessons being taught in the classroom. By using the board as an ever-changing form of communication, you will help students focus during lessons. Additionally, with reminders hanging within view at all times, the board serves as reinforcement of learned material.
Here are a few fun bulletin board ideas you can use to celebrate important dates in April.