Special Event Bulletin Board Ideas
Special Event Bulletin Boards
Our Special Event Bulletin Board Ideas page will provide you with great resources for a number of event related topics. Our bulletin boards will help you integrate various activities into your daily curriculum. Ideas within the special event bulletin board pages include resources for the following: 100th Day of School, Drug Awareness.
We are always looking for new ideas! Your creativity can help other teachers. Submit your bulletin board idea and don't forget to include a photo if you have one!
Test Taking Tips Bulletin Board
Our guidance counselors at school created this board to promote our statewide standardized test. The used a yellow background. Cut out a rocket and the saying was "To Proficiency and Beyond".
Next to each star is a different test taking tip:
- Take your time
- Have a positive attitude
- Do your Best
- Eat a healthy breakfast
- Read the questions carefully
- Get a good nights sleep
- Listen carefully to the directions
- Double check your answers
- If feeling frustrated, take a deep breath
- Come to school on time
Submitted by: Tara M. Keith - Gra-Mar Middle School
100th Day of School Grades K-3
Here's a very simple idea for the 100th day of school! About a week before the big day, pass out a gallon size ziploc bag to each student. Tell them to fill it with 100 of the same objects of their choice. Staple each bag to the board as they come in. Use the bags for estimation, measurement, comparisons & much, much more!!
Submitted by: Michelle shelstan@email-removed
100th Day of School Resources Grades Various
Be sure to visit our Seasonal area for more great resources.
Drug Awareness Grades 3-6
Have your students design their own "Say to No Drugs" posters and use this as the bulletin board.
Submitted by: WAYSTEVE@email-removed
My fourth grade class did a bulletin in the form of a quilt one year. We discussed alternative activities to do instead of doing drugs. The children then drew pictures of these activities and we placed them together like a quilt. We incorporated math into the project by having them decide how many rows horizontally and vertically (multiplication). After the squares were in place, they put x marks to connect the squares together as in a real quilt. The quilt was educational for the children as well as fun to do.
Submitted by: Raftslug@email-removed
We had a door decoration contest for last week on Drug Awareness. The door that won had on it. . "No Bones About It... We are drug free!" Each student had used q-tips and made skeletons on black paper. They used chalk to add various parts like the head, face, etc. It was so cute and tied in well to the study of the body.
Submitted by: WAYSTEVE@email-removed , Raftslug@email-removed & JnJHunt@email-removed
Email us your special event bulletin board ideas and pictures using the link at the top of the page!