Sunday, August 2, 2015

Bulletin Boards Worth Using!

Hey friends! August 2nd means it is time for the monthly link up with Angie and Ashley!
This month we are sharing fun bulletin board ideas for the classroom. Sadly, I can't start working in my classroom until the end of August, so I searched through my pictures and found two bulletin boards from last year that I will be using again this year...even if I put a different spin on them.

 My first bulletin board that I can't live without is my calendar! I love having my class schedule and first mate of the week sign up next to the calendar. My classroom theme has been nautical for the past couple of years, which is why you can that pretty anchor and fish by the calendar!
My other bulletin board that I can't live without is in front of my writing station. This summer I am busy creating my own versions of some writing anchor charts and friendly helpers for students, but you can get the idea from looking at my board from last year! I've always loved teaching writing, even though it can be a harder subject to teach for me. It's hard to really help kids get those creative juices flowing, so I like to have a board solely focused on helping kids understand the different elements of writing.

Thanks so much for stopping by and I look forward to showing you more of my classroom when I get it set up at the end of August!

6 comments:

  1. Cute bulletin boards!!! I love that "write" banner you made for your writing wall!! How did you make it??

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    1. I actually found it on Etsy, Aris! If you want more details just message me. :)

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  2. I love that giant pencil on your writing board. So cute!!

    Mrs. Plemons' Kindergarten

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  3. I am another Jessica who loves that giant pencil on the writing board! (it must be something with Jessicas?) Pinned it! Thanks for sharing!!!

    -Jessica
    The Whimsical Teacher

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  4. Your bulletin boards look great!! I too put my entire calendar up at a time (instead of as we get to each day), but I love your little markers over the dates for "today", "tomorrow", "yesterday". Awesome post!

    Bonnie
    The Cutesy Teacher

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