Bulletin Board Ideas for Easter - Fun Crafts on Display
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Organizations use bulletin boards to relay an idea or message or to tell a story.
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This is particularly true of schools, churches or other places where a message may be going out to many age groups as well as types of people. They can set the stage for an event, be an advertisement, or be the spotlight for a job well done. And they are absolutely great tools around the holidays.
Used to announce the Easter cantata at church or in the upper grades at school, bulletin boards can display scenes from the upcoming event, or picture the choir in their robes. They can display the program or the time the event will take place. They can also let people know if anything, such as dinner or CD sales, will take place afterwards. They are extremely functional.
Around Easter, they are a great way to communicate a message - from displaying an Easter egg hunt for the toddlers to the message of new birth to those who are older. In a school setting, use the bulletin board near the younger students' class rooms to display decorated eggs painted by the students and create a scene incorporating several elements of the holiday.
What are some bulletin board ideas for Easter in this regard? The children can help you make fringe from strips of green construction paper that will be used for grass. Paper flowers with long blades of grass can 'hide' the eggs. Little chicks can be pinned around the eggs with a name of one of the student helper on each. You can have colorful kites flying overhead and baskets placed here and there with an egg or two still to be hidden by the bunnies carrying them.
In a church setting, Easter is often a representation of new birth. For bulletin board ideas for Easter here, many of the same patterns can be used, such as cutting out pieces of green construction paper to resemble patches of grass and placing them randomly on the bulletin board. This should give the board the appearance of a field. Sunday school children should be encouraged to decorate Easter egg cutouts that can be placed on the bulletin board for display.
More bulletin board ideas for Easter can be explored. Before placing the eggs on the bulletin board, cut them in half with zigzag decorating scissors to represent them being broken open or 'hatched'. You can also have decorated cutout tulips and other flowers ready to be put up on the board, as well.
Another of the fun bulletin board ideas for Easter is to create little scenes around each patch of grass, hiding the egg halves amidst the grass and flowers. Just before Easter, have the students color cutouts of baby chicks, bunnies and butterflies. A few days before Easter / spring break begins, add the 'babies' in front of the egg halves.
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Another fun project is to have children color sections of a large bunny - make him clothes, as well, and place him in the middle of the bulletin board. He will also need a basket - either carrying it or it setting next to him. Each child should make and decorate two eggs. Place one egg in the basket and the other one hiding behind tall grass and flowers along his way. Have the overhead filled with brightly painted butterflies, too.
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