Category Archives: Spring Bulletin Boards
Submitted by Kristi G. Click here to join teachertime123 on facebook! “Showers and Flowers” Use large raindrops between spring flower art projects. This particular project was done with tissue paper to create flowers.
Submitted by RJL Click here to join teachertime123 on facebook! “It’s Raining Ridiculous Rhymes”
“Hats Off!” Click here to join teachertime123 on fb! Click here to see this art project!
Submitted by Clara D. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! “Books Don’t Bug Us” I hung up book jackets with the lady bugs to make this bulletin board. Lady bug- You need 3 different sized circle patterns: the body, … Continue reading
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The head of the lady bug is a fraction. The spots on the lady bug’s body are equivalent fractions. To make this more interactive, use magnets or velcro and have the students attach the fraction to the correct lady bug. … Continue reading
Submitted by Penny G. “Reading Helps Your Mind Bloom” This is a display case with books, but could be a bulletin board. For bulletin boards, you can use the book jackets to attach to the bulletin board. There are flowers … Continue reading
Submitted by John T. Use washable paint on the child’s hand to create the hand print flower.Then have child paint stem and leaves. This can be drawn in pencil ahead of time for child to fill in if necessary. Don’t … Continue reading
Somewhere Over the Rainbow….. Students painted a rainbow. Attached is a cloud with a picture inside that answers the riddle that they had written. Click here to like teachertim123 on facebook!
Hoppy Easter Glyphs Glyph are a pictorial form of data collection. Use traditional projects and turn them into mathematical glyphs that allow students to organize and analyze data. Shape of ears- pointed ears if your age is an odd number … Continue reading
Submitted by Kristi G. March in like a lion, out like a lamb See picture below for close up of lions/lambs. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook!
Submitted by Kelly S. Use paper plates to make these lions and lambs. Add construction paper for the lion’s mane and cotton on the lambs. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook!
Submitted by Jen S. The rainbow is made out of students hand prints. Leprechauns hold the “Pots of Gold” stories. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook!
From Laura D. “March in Like a Lion or a Lamb?” Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook!