Category: Bulletin Boards

Cultural Fabric: Follow-Up

About a month ago, I shared a Cultural Fabric activity that I invited my school to participate in. Please see my post Cultural Fabric: Class Building Activity for more information, including a link to a PDF for instructions. To my delight, they did πŸ™‚,…

Happy Picture Book Month!

How do you plan on celebrating this AMAZING month? The picture above is one of the ways that I celebrated last year, when I worked at an elementary school. I transformed one of the hallway bulletin boards into one that highlights some of my…

Cultural Fabric: Class Building Activity

Being of Hispanic Heritage, and being an ELL (English Language Learner) Specialist, I look forward to National Hispanic Heritage Month! This September 15th-October 15th time, is a time of honoring the influential Hispanics in our nation’s history, across the globe, and within our own…

Kickoff the Year with an Interactive Bulletin Board!

Last year I started pursuing interactive bulletin boards–A space where students, teachers, and parents, could add their own thought, response, opinion, or idea. It was a huge success. πŸ™‚ Now that I have my own classroom this year, running an inquiry lab, part-time, I…

Cinco de Mayo Interactive Bulletin Board!

To help celebrate and educate about Cinco de Mayo, I created an interactive bulletin board for one of the school hallways: The guiding and connecting question for this celebration is: Have you ever overcome an obstacle that made you want to celebrate? This is…

April’s Interactive Bulletin Board!

Happy Earth Day Month! πŸ™‚ For April’s interactive bulletin board, I really dove deep into my creativity (and my spring break time) and created an art piece to serve as the focal point of my Earth Day bulletin board (thanks to the help of…

New Interactive Bulletin Board: March Gladness

To go along with basketball fans, I have created my own take on March Madness…March Gladness: Students vs. Teachers on Gladness Acts If you can’t read the white papers, their titles say “Stickers Go Here”, so that the students and the teachers have somewhere…