When I first started teaching, I searched the internet (unsuccessfully) high and low for pictures of bulletin boards. Since I am a visual learner, I need to see it rather than read about it. You will find pictures of bulletin boards that I find around my school to help give visual examples to everyone.
If you have some bulletin board pictures to share, email them to me with a brief description and name of who it belongs to at firstname.lastname@example.org. The more the better!
|This is my ladybug bulletin board prior to displaying student work.||13.02 KB|
|Ms. Erickson's 1st grade "Chicka Chicka" bulletin board...so fun!||17.45 KB|
|This is Ms. Silva's Dr. Suess themed bulletin board displaying beginning of the year student work. It says "Will You Succeed? Yes You Will Indeed!"||23.73 KB|
|Mrs. Yazdani's 2nd grade beginning of the year monkey themed bulletin board. Look close and you can see that the banana's have the student's name on them.||20.16 KB|
|Mrs.Schlagheck is a resource teacher at Gehring. Her bulletin board is a giant flower using actual sunflower seeds as the middle of the sunflower. SO CREATIVE!||13.63 KB|
|Mrs. Campbell is a resource teacher at Gehring and matched her adorable bulletin board with Mrs. Schlagheck's since they are right next to each other.||14.43 KB|
|Mrs. Walker's bulletin board shows a real detailed picture of earth using textured paper. The student's work that is displayed are 3rd grade country reports.||19.44 KB|
|Mrs. Aukofer's 4th graders designed cereal boxes after novels that they read. A lot of Twilight fans in her class! Who can blame them?||20.45 KB|
|Mrs. Fisher's 3rd Graders learned about patriotic symbols and created a book in the shape of Uncle Sam's hat to display them in.||21.68 KB|
|Mrs. Spencer's 2nd Graders learned about different habitats and each student contributed to a very creative and detailed bulletin board.||15.49 KB|
|Mrs. Bravin's 1st Graders wrote poems that went along with my daughter's favorite book, "Ladybug Girl and Bumblebee Boy."||19.59 KB|
|This is an up close picture of Mrs. Bravin's bulletin board so you can see the poems that her 1st Graders wrote.||19.47 KB|