Dozens of Fresh and Engaging Displays That Teach Reading and Writing
By Judy Meagher and Joan Novelli
Here they are! Dozens of fresh, practical, and appealing bulletin board ideas with a purpose—to teach language arts! What's inside? Publishing centers, seasonal story walls, sequencing stations, story stacks, and more—all student-made and designed to grow and change over time. Includes detailed photos of each bulletin board, step-by-step how-tos, teaching ideas, and management tips! 80 pages.
Part of what makes bulletin boards appealing is the splash of color they add to a classroom. From the background paper that covers the board to the markers students use for various activities, having bright, fresh materials on hand is a plus. To keep your classroom well stocked, consider inviting parents to donate an item or two at the beginning and middle of the year. Craft paper in assorted colors, nonfading construction paper, assorted markers and other writing and coloring tools, straight pins, pushpins, adding machine tape (for borders), plus a bunch of small boxes and other containers are some of the materials you might request!