Print out these apple numbers, color them, and use them on your class bulletin board for a fall learning theme.
|A-Z Teacher Stuff|
BACKGROUNDS FOR BULLETIN BOARDS:
Find numerous suggestions here to inexpensively decorate your bulletin board throughout the school year, keeping it interesting and intriguing.
There are several selections offered to download and print at Jan Brett's teachers' site, so change your doorway border often throughout the school year.
|BULLETIN BOARD BORDERS:|
Do you also need an alphabet theme for your bulletin boards? These scallop-edges duo letter printables are also perfect for animal studies; very colorful images add interest to these borders.
BULLETIN BOARD BORDERS
You'll find some unique tips for creative bulletin boards here that can be used across all grade levels. Then use the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th links above for printable and colorful spring flower bulletin board borders for early elementary classrooms. (PreK, All)
|BULLETIN BOARD BORDERS:|
Spice up your bulletin board with some fresh color, or keep these borders in mind for the start of the new school year. Offered are numbers, shapes, and school items.
BULLETIN BOARD BORDERS:
Find numerous creative ideas to tap into here to keep your bulletin board fresh and inspiring throughout the school year. I like the idea of movie ticket stubs for a novel you might be reading; you could also ask your local cinema for any related movie posters to go along with the theme or title.
|BULLETIN BOARD TIPS:|
Do you need a new bulletin board display in a big hurry? Try using a large sheet of cardboard or foam board. Find several other useful tips here for creating your preschool classroom bulletin boards.
Need some great bulletin board ideas for your classroom? Here are several creative suggestions to use throughout the school year, adapting as needed for your own units and themes.
|BACK TO SCHOOL BULLETIN BOARDS|
Look Who's Hopping into grade... new
Submitted by: Laurie Newbigging
I use die-cut frogs and free hand lillypads to welcome my kids back to school. I cover half a bulletin board with blue paper (sky) and the other half with green (grass) and then cut out a large pond from more blue paper. I then stick the frogs and lily pads on the "pond". Each frog has a child's name on it. Then I cut out the letters for my title, "Look Who's Hopping Into Grade ___" Looks very cute and the kids can keep their frogs when the bulletin board is changed. There are many more ideas here.
|Kathy Schrock's List of Bulletin Board Ideas|
A collection of bulletin board sites and pages with ideas and a few samples too.
|Bulletin Boards across the World|
A large collection of teacher submitted bulletin board pictures, categorized by subject.
|Bulletin Boards for the Music Classroom |
Teacher submitted music related bulletin board ideas and pictures.
|Bulletin Boards and Tips for the K-3 Teacher|
You will find an organized list of some of the best teacher creations on the Web.
| Bulletin Boards: DLTK's|
Teacher submitted ideas for school, daycare or church bulletin board projects. Many of the paper crafts on the site can be modified for the bulletin board.
|BULLETIN BOARD HANG-UPS:|
Sometimes it helps to have some extra inspiration in the classroom, and these "hang-ups" may be just the ticket. Download and print out any number of colorful, motivational quotes to inspire your students to learning and goals.
|BULLETIN BOARD IDEAS:|
This site does not offer images of decorated bulletin boards, but the suggestions are numerous and quite varied--enough here to last you throughout the school year.
|BULLETIN BOARD MONTHS OF THE YEAR:|
Beautifully illustrated by author and illustrator Jan Brett, these calendar posters can be printed out and posted on your bulletin board to help reinforce calendar skills.
|BULLETIN BOARD PHONOGRAMS:|
If you use word families in your phonics and reading approaches, these illustrated bulletin board printables could be a big classroom aid.
|A COLLECTION OF BULLETIN BOARDS:|
You will want to access this site many times during the school year for the wealth of bulletin board ideas and resources it offers, from a Homeroom Cafe bulletin board, to a Galaxy of Stars, Fall into Learning, Bushels of Fun, and more.
|CREATING BULLETIN BOARDS:|
It's almost that time--back-to-school--and in order to create a welcome, cheery environment for your students, your bulletin board should be both creative and inspiring. Find several resources here for suggestions on how to make dazzling bulletin boards in your own classroom.
|DAYS OF THE WEEK BULLETIN BOARD SET:|
From popular children's author and illustrator Jan Brett, here are some lively printable bulletin board charts to help you teach your preschoolers the days of the week.
|EXPLORERS BULLETIN BOARD BORDERS:|
These three ships came sailing in... after they sailed out of their home ports. Find printable bulletin board borders here to help set the theme for an explorer unit.
Fall Bulletin Boards
|FALL BULLETIN BOARDS:|
Try kicking off a new school year with tennis shoes and students' names, or how about hopping into grade 2? Find lots of clever ideas here to decorate your bulletin board with fall learning themes.
|FALL BULLETIN BOARD BORDER:|
Colorful autumn leaves and plump orange pumpkins make a wonderful fall border for your bulletin board. These printable harvest items come with a hole for punching, so you can also string them across your classroom windows for an alternative display.
|GEOGRAPHY BULLETIN BOARDS:|
Where were your students' ancestors from? Plan ahead for fall learning with these bulletin board templates, using a world map, labels, and pieces of yarn to track ancestors of students in your class.
|Gingerbread Calendar Pieces|
GRAFFITI BULLETIN BOARD:
Here's a great idea to get students thinking, writing, and responding. Put a question of the week up on your bulletin board on art rolls or butcher paper; several questions of the week examples have been included here. Students respond in their own time by writing on the paper; allow them to express themselves by drawing as well, and share the results at the end of the week with an open discussion.
HOLIDAY BULLETIN BOARD BORDERS:
Keep this resource in mind for holiday bulletin board borders throughout the school year, covering the 4th of July, Mother's Day, Easter, Valentine's Day, Thanksgiving, and more.
|Large Collection of Bulletin Board Ideas|
LOADS OF BULLETIN BOARD IDEAS:
We had a request recently for student-centered bulletin boards or hallway boards - ones that were not necessarily topic or theme oriented. If you have any great suggestions for Molly, please send them in! We'd all love to hear about them
MONTH-BY-MONTH BULLETIN BOARDS:
Find wonderfully creative bulletin board ideas here for each month of the school year, matching seasons, holidays, and study units. January's penguin theme is adorable; try adding students' names to each of the penguins.
|BULLETIN BOARDS FOR THE MUSIC CLASSROOM:|
You will find loads of inspiration here to spice up your music classroom and spark interest in everything musical.
|CREATE A NATIVE AMERICAN BULLETIN BOARD:|
It would be nice to add a strong theme of Native American cultures at Thanksgiving time, and you can easily do so with your elementary classes by following the crafts and directions here to compose a full display on your bulletin board.
Download these beautiful, bold, red, white, and blue letters exploding with stars and stripes to celebrate Independence Day. Have your students cut out the letters of their name, or spell the Fourth of July, or America.
|PRINTABLE BULLETIN BOARD PHONOGRAMS:|
Practice your word families with these colorful and appealing printable bulletin board pages, offered by children's author and illustrator Jan Brett.
|SAYINGS FOR BULLETIN BOARDS:|
Even if you don't change your bulletin board decor very often during the school year, you can still add interest by changing the sayings. Find some suggestions here. Consider using the sayings for weekly journal responses as well.
|Seasonal Bulletin board Ideas|
|MY SCHOOL FRIENDS BULLETIN BOARD:|
Here is a great idea for a bulletin board display at the beginning of the school year. This apple tree will foster student comfort in class and with other school mates, while your students can display their own photos and feel good about themselves as well.
Get in the spirit for Thanksgiving with these cute and colorful border papers for your classroom bulletin boards.
|THINGS TO DO WITH BULLETIN BOARDS:|
If your classroom bulletin board is looking a little ragged or stale lately, then try some of the wonderfully creative ideas collected here. Learn how to refresh or recover the board without spending a whole lot of money, as well as how to make beautiful and inexpensive borders.
|TREES AND LEAVES BULLETIN BOARDS:|
For fall bulletin board ideas, try the art suggestions here, all based on a theme of leaves and trees, and all incorporating student projects and participation.