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All Aboard! Back-to-School Train Bulletin Board Idea

Photo Source: Classroom Displays & Bulletin Board Wondering how to welcome your new students to the classroom this school year? Try this train idea from Classroom Displays and Bulletin Boards! Most students have their previous year's class picture in their file, so take advantage of this; not only to 'get to know' them before the year begins, but to personalize their new classroom! Welcome Train Bulletin Board Background: Blue bulletin board paper for the sky and green bulletin board paper…

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Bible Bulletin Boards By Nicole

Here are a few new bulletin boards by my niece Nicole! Front view side view THANKS for sharing, Nicole! Nicole and her husband Rob and their family attend the Willette Church of Christ. You can find more of Nicole's ideas @ Jesus Wall Decorating God's Law Old Testament

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Polar Express Train Pattern

I'm thinking about snow days, winter break and more. As December planning winds down I put together a little train craft for my students to do after we read the Polar Express. My plan right now is to copy it on cardstock. Then the kids will turn the paper over (to the non-lined side) and sponge paint it. Then they will let it dry. Next, they will cut out the shapes and assemble the train by gluing it on a large piece of blue construction paper. Then they will finger paint snow dots all over…