Teacher Bulletin Board Ideas - Information and Inspiration for School Students
Are you seeking inspiration for teacher bulletin board ideas?
Bulletin boards are a great way to convey a message to a large amount of people. Schools use them to keep certain ideas alive, to let people know what is up, and to have fun at the same time. And they can be versatile as well, even if there is a universal year round theme.
For those opting for monthly or seasonal changes, some great messages supporting events worthy enough to keep before the eyes of the student body would be the proverbial resolution, Martin Luther King Day, Black History month, Mother and Father's Day, Flag Day, as well as Independence Day. Towards the end of the year, there is the importance of the harvest, Giving Thanks, and the various aspects of Christmas around the world.
For teacher bulletin board ideas, there are great moments in history that can be commemorated, great victories and traditions we wish to pass on to our families. Themes like Martin Luther King, Jr. Day not only remind us of a great man, but of the value of one's dream. Students could elaborate and work on a project like: "I had a dream and it concerns the future.."
February often pertains to Valentine's / Friendship Day, but it is also Black History month and a great way to introduce some really great people to students who might not know about them (Click here for Valentine's bulletin boards ideas). President's Day is in this month, too, and it is also the month the groundhog looks to see if he sees his shadow - a good time to take down snowmen and snowflakes and everything pertaining to winter in general.
This can be done at the end of the month as March represents the beginning of spring. There is, of course, Easter and windy kite flying themes as well as flowers, butterflies and new birth (Click here for bulletin board ideas for Easter).
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And then come the end of the year themes which can be incorporated into teacher bulletin board ideas - harvest, Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas. But don't just stop there - research these holidays as they pertain to people around the world. Very importantly, as part of brainstorming and coming up with teacher bulletin board ideas, take your students' eyes off the commercial aspects and learn their meaning from their origins to now. Don't forget Hanukah and Kwanzaa and the value of a simple gift.
All of this and so much more can be displayed in the halls of a school, teaching with little effort truths few people have time for anymore. They are simply known as calendar bulletin boards and have been working the same way for a long time.
If you have a big bulletin board near the front of the school, a year round theme can be more appropriate. Choose a heading that will be reflected throughout the year - such as the learning progress of the students, and focus on individuals who work hard to excel. The board can be covered in dark colored fabric (less likely to fade) and sectioned off to display accomplishments.
We hope the teacher bulletin board ideas discussed above have provided you with the inspiration you need. All the best!
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