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A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words
Ms. Kast takes photos of her students throughout the year and uses the pictures to measure their progress. Read about how each student mounts the pictures and writes their descriptions, memories and reactions about each photo in the yearbook.
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Bedroom Maps
Ms. Block has a unique activity that introduces the concepts and basic elements of mapmaking and that’s based on a subject very close to home. Students’ maps become part of classroom game and the centerpiece of a decorative bulletin board.
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Beginning of the Year
Have you ever struggled to figure out how to decorate your bulletin boards? Ms. Berg suggests doing it at the end of the prior year, when you can get plenty of help from students – and save lots of time later.
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Boards to Share
It's fun to have the kids create bulletin boards as part of the visual for a project's presentation. This keeps the boards current with little effort from the teacher. Our librarian has a revolving bu...
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Bulletin Board Backgrounds
Here’s an inexpensive way to decorate your bulletin boards next year. It’s unique, easy and won’t fade by fall.
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Bulletin Board Borders
Here’s a no-cost way to decorate your bulletin boards with colorful borders. Use it the next time you visit your local hardware store!
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Bulletin Board with Thanksgiving Theme
Ms. Brasesco has an easy, inexpensive tip for decorating your classroom bulletin board with a Thanksgiving theme.
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Ceiling Hangings
Here's a tip for teachers that have classrooms with acoustical tiles. When I want to hang pictures, windsocks, bulletin boards, etc. from the ceiling, I unbend a paperclip and tuck one end under the m...
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Chance Cards
This teacher’s students take a chance when they go above and beyond in the classroom. Read about this simple idea of encouraging good behavior. It’s always a surprise what they can win behind secret doors when they take a chance on being good.
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Chinese New Year
I celebrate the Chinese New Year with my class. We eat food with chopsticks such as lo mein that can be scooped up holding the sticks like a fork. Dumplings or wonton can be speared for those not yet ...
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