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This page contains links to bulletin board ideas for teachers, as well as some photos of my own wall displays. At my old school, my super creative colleague Kim Robertson came up with the idea of making a wall bulletin board display. (See Bee Happy display below.)  We hung fadeless bulletin board paper from the teacher store with LOTS of masking tape, and placed a border around it. If you use enough tape, and remove items carefully, you can use the same paper all year. I prefer the blue paper as it seems to go with all seasonal displays. I am lucky enough to have a large bulletin board installed outside my classroom now so I can easily staple it all up.
(Sadly, I lost my wall display in a recent renovation on our school. )  Feel free to use my set-up ideas unless you teach at the same school as me. Ha, ha!!





Here are some outside links to bulletin board sites.

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Reading and Language Arts Displays


Robert the Reader

Idea borrowed from the Mosaic Listserve Tools Page.

Robert the Reader


Literacy Center Rotation Wheel
Guided Reading Management by Patricia Pavelka

Literacy Center Rotation Wheel

Greek Mythology 3rd Grade Common Core
Clipart from The Library Fox.
Greek Mythology Bulletin Board

Greek Mythology Bulletin Board

Greek Mythology Enquirer  Greek Mythology Enquirer

Greek Mythology Enquirer

Myth Summary 3rd

Myth Summary 3rd




Venn With Friends
This was the culminating activity to our unit on comparing and contrasting. Another great idea from Teacher's Pay Teachers. I did have this up on a nice display in the hall but forgot to take a picture! I moved it into the room when it was time to put up a new display.

venn with friends bulletin board


Venn With Friends Bulletin Board

Venn With Friends Bulletin Board

  Venn With Friends Bulletin Board







Fairy Tale Mail

The students wrote letters to their favorite fairy tale characters after a read aloud of The Jolly Postman. This is a great way to introduce friendly letters.





Punctuation Pals Bulletin Board

I got this idea from Mrs. Lander's Little Learners. Since I can't draw, I just made them on the computer.

Punctuation Pals Bulletin Board



Presidential Bio Poems
This was one of the 3rd grade Common Core poetry suggestions.

Presidential Bio Poem



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Math Displays

All About Angles Bulletin Board
This worksheet was a freebie from Teacher's Pay Teachers. The students really enjoyed this activity. After the lesson, we added to our math journals. We then made right angle finders which were used to help partners complete an angle sort together. Finally, each student completed the All About Angles Sheet. The only downside of the toothpicks was that some of them fell off the display. :)


All About Angles Bulletin Board

All About Angles Bulletin Board

All About Angles Bulletin Board  All About Angles Bulletin Board

All About Angles Bulletin Board






Memorizing the Multiplication Facts One Scoop at a Time

An easy motivational board. I keep the construction paper pieces in a drawer for students to access, cut out and put up. They love it. Students place a gold star for each division fact memorized.


Multiplication Scoop Bulletin Board    

multiplication scoop bulletin board



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Here are some of my seasonal displays.

These are my beginning of the year bulletin boards. I rotate them out so they seem fresh each year. I had lots of fun coming up with my corny titles. The bulletin board pieces are made by Carson Dellosa and D.J. Inkers.

Bee Happy You're In Mrs. Mellette's Third Grade Class

Quack, Quack -- Welcome Back!
Quack, Quack Welcome Back

Sharp Students


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A Crop of Bootiful Work

  Fall Poetry

A Crop of Fabulous Work

It's "Snow" Joke -- We're Wonderful Writers!

 




I would love to be . . . Winter Poetry Bulletin BoardBased on the poem, "I Would Love to be a Horse"
I Would Love to Be a Snowflake Poem      






Kite Tales
Spring Door
I love D.J. Inkers!


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