Writing bulletin boards

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Owl Foldable End of the Year Craftivity & Writing Project idée de lapbook

End of the Year Writing Owl Craftivity

Are you looking for a fun end of the year writing activity?! This will make an adorable owl themed bulletin board for the end of the year!! This owl writing craftivity will have your students reflecting on their favorite parts of the school year.This is a simple owl foldable, that students should be...

Beginning of the year: No, David into school rules project for a kindergarten classroom. Classroom Rules, First Grade Classroom, Kindergarten Classroom, School Classroom, Classroom Activities, No David Kindergarten, Book Activities, Classroom Ideas, Classroom Contract

No, David

I have updated this link with a freebie! Click here to get there. "No, David" is one of our favorite books to begin the year or use anytime we need a little review of what our classroom expectations are. One corner of our classroom is devoted to David and our school rules. We read the book several times then the students chose one rule they thought was especially important to them and they typed their rule during Computer Lab time. Then each student created a picture of David and they turned…

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Celebrate the World of Dr. Seuss!

Photo ©2012 Shelly Pickren, Pinterest Shelly Pickren, library director at Medinah Primary School in Illinois, sent us this fabulous Dr. Seuss display that she created for Read Across America and we think it would be a Seuss-tastic addition to any early childhood classroom or library! Reading 'opens the window' to a whole new world of possibilities and no one shows us that better than the wacky and whimsical Dr. Seuss! Celebrate the World of Dr. Seuss Background: Cover the entire board with…

How cute is this snow globe bulletin board from Kindergarten teacher, Deanna Jump? Not only will it provide your classroom with festive seasonal decor, the design also offers fabulous writing and. Writing Bulletin Boards, Welcome Bulletin Boards, Preschool Bulletin Boards, Welcome Back To School Bulletin Boards Kindergarten, Soccer Bulletin Board, Preschool Welcome Board, September Bulletin Boards, School Displays, Classroom Displays

Check Out This Lineup - Welcome Bulletin Board Idea

Photo Source: gardenofpraise.com Welcome your students back in dynamic style with this colorful board from Garden of Praise. Students are sure to love seeing their picture as they walk into the classroom. Not only that, the board acts as a "year book" of sorts, helping students get to know each other in the first few weeks of class! Check Out This Lineup Bulletin Board Background: Light blue bulletin board paper. Title: "Check Out This Lineup!" Border: Complimentary solid color bulletin…

President's Day or Election Day Bulletin Board Idea: If I Were President." writing assignment Place final draft under the silhouettes of students. 4th Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Activities, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Teaching Ideas, Teaching Time, Student Teaching, Classroom Fun

If I Were President.... Great to do with the election coming up! I did this every year in my classroom no matter if it were 1st grade or 6th grade and my students LOVED it...so did their parents.

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Clutter-Free Classroom

Clutter-Free Classroom has FREE tips & ideas to help teachers improve classroom organization & management. As a National Board Certified teacher, curriculum developer and conference presenter with 18 years teaching experience in Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade I love sharing my best practices with other educators.

St Patrick’s Day cuteness overload :) Leprechaun gluing, drawing & writing craft via First Grade Parade You might also like:hee hee hee heeChristmas Crafts: How to Make A Snow GlobeNational Drawing Daycrafts for kids – rainbow collageFREE Drawing Workshop March Crafts, St Patrick's Day Crafts, Arts And Crafts Projects, Spring Crafts, Holiday Crafts, Holiday Ideas, Classroom Crafts, Classroom Fun, Preschool Crafts

The First Grade Parade - marching through a primary world

We're a week away from celebrating St. Patrick's Day, so I thought it would be the perfect time to First, let's talk behavior. I always get a lot of questions about behavior management. You will never hear me say I have it all figured out. Nor will I declare that all of my ducks are always in their rows. However, I do know that sometimes the novelty of what we're doing wears off and when it does our kids become less engaged in learning and more apt to act unfavorably. I've found that…

Grinch Party Bulletin board we did for Christmas this year. I had them write 1 way they would make the Grinch grin and 2 details about how they did it!

Bulletin board we did for Christmas this year. I had them write 1 way they would make the Grinch grin and 2 details about how they did it!

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Five for Friday...{Just pretend}

I have been dying to link up with my sweet friend Kacey over at Doodle Bugs for her Five for Friday post. Well, I have come to this realization...that is never gonna happen! :) By the time Friday night hits...this teacher is so doneeee! So...pretend today is Friday! Here is how my week went down! 1: SLEEP You know you are exhausted when you fall alseep in your school clothes and don't wake up until 6:30 a.m. True story. On Monday night, I told myself that I would lay down for just a second…

After having a student in your class read the book Frindle. The teacher could have the student do a foldable book report. Having a student do a fun alternative to the typical book report would make the experience funner for the student. Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Teaching Tools, Teacher Resources, Persuasive Writing, Anchor Activities, Teaching Ideas, Student Teaching, School Resources

FOLDABLES: Graphic Organizer Examples

Foldable and Graphic Organizers for the Kinesthetic/Hand-on Learner! Examples and inspiration from Dinah Zike