Red Ribbon Week Displays

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Our Red Ribbon Week Bulletin Board Ideas page will provide you with great resources for a number of Red Ribbon Week related topics. Our bulletin boards will help you integrate various activities into your daily curriculum. Ideas within the Red Ribbon Week bulletin board pages include resources for to help raise drug awareness and keep students drug free. You will also find a large collection of door decorating ideas/photos.

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Red Ribbon WeekRed Ribbon Week is the oldest and largest drug prevention campaign in the country and takes place each year during the last week in October .

Red Ribbon Week takes place:
October 23-31

Check our October Events Calendar for more important dates

Students can celebrate drug awareness with these great "Red Ribbon Week" display ideas. They work on classroom doors and bulletin boards. All of the displays include an image, so click on the smaller images within this page to view the larger display.

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Drugs Don't Add Up Do Drugs and You Will Be Hissstory Don't Experiment With Drugs Drugs Kill
Drugs Don't Add Up Do Drugs and You Will Be Hissstory Don't Experiment With Drugs Drugs Kill
Submitted by: Sarah G.

Red Ribbon Week Journal & Activity Pages
Free printable Red Ribbon Week journal & activity pages. (PDF format)
The Teacher's Corner Resources "Be a Star! Don't Do Drugs!"
An artistic door that is easy to create with metallic paints.

Submitted by: Jennifer
drug free cheer red ribbon week

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The Teacher's Corner Resources 100% Me!
Using red paint, students make a hand print on white construction paper or tag board. Once dry, they cut out the hand in the shape of a circle. These hand prints, along with a class photo, are then placed on the door. Finally, the following text is written on a piece of chart paper during an Interactive Writing lesson:

100% Me!
I like you!
You like me!
Together we will stay
DRUG FREE!

Submitted by: Jennifer
drug free cheer red ribbon week

The Teacher's Corner Resources Drug Free Cheer
Students write their own "Drug Free" cheer.
Submitted by: Jennifer
drug free cheer red ribbon week

The Teacher's Corner Resources Drug Free Interactive Writing
During an interactive writing lesson, students share their thoughts about what it means to be drug free.
Submitted by: Jennifer
drug free red ribbon week Drug Free Writing Sample Drug Free Writing Process

The Teacher's Corner Resources "Drugs Make You Weak, So Stay Strong and Stomp Out Drugs"
Students create shoe prints that they can then write their name on.
Submitted by: Jennifer
stay strong red ribbon week

The Teacher's Corner Resources "Hand in Hand We Make a Stand"
Students trace both a hand and foot on red construction paper.
Submitted by: Jennifer
hand stand red ribbon week

The Teacher's Corner Resources "Hand in Hand We Stand - Just Say No! "
Using red and blue poster paints and large pieces of construction paper, students create hand prints and add the title text to the poster.
Submitted by: Jennifer
hand stand red ribbon week

The Teacher's Corner Resources "Hop Away From Drugs"
Students decorate simple frog shapes and then write why they want to "Hop Away" from drugs. Great if you have a frog theme in your classroom.
Submitted by: Jennifer
hop away red ribbon week

The Teacher's Corner Resources "Hugs, Not Drugs"
Students write their name on teddy bears made using an Elison die cut.
Submitted by: Jennifer
hugs red ribbon week

The Teacher's Corner Resources "I Won't Do Drugs Because..."
Using regular white paper, students complete this sentence and draw an illustration to go with their message.
Submitted by: Jennifer
no drugs red ribbon week

The Teacher's Corner Resources "Instead of doing drugs I like to..."
Students finish this sentence with an activity they like to do. They then write that on a large index card and add a picture of themselves doing that activity.
Submitted by: Jennifer
instead of drugs red ribbon week Instead of doing drugs

The Teacher's Corner Resources "Life is a Party Without Drugs"
Students write their names on shapes to add to the display. They can also write drug free messages.
Submitted by: Jennifer
drug free life red ribbon week

The Teacher's Corner Resources "Mrs. ____ Class Leaves Drugs Alone"
This Red Ribbon Week display is great for the fall season as well. Using poster paints, students paint their own leaf and add it to the 3D tree. Twist and turn your brown construction paper for the tree. You can also include small wires within the paper to make the branches come off of the door.
Submitted by: Jennifer
leaves red ribbon week

The Teacher's Corner Resources "No Bones About It-Don't Become a Fossil-Don't Do Drugs
Students use Q-Tips and black construction paper to create skeleton.
Submitted by: Jennifer
No Bones red ribbon week
No bones about it

The Teacher's Corner Resources "On Target to Be Drug Free"
Students write drug free messages.
Submitted by: Jennifer
target red ribbon week

The Teacher's Corner Resources "Only You Can Choose No"
Students write write drug free messages. Red construction paper is used to make the red ribbon.
Submitted by: Jennifer
only you red ribbon week

The Teacher's Corner Resources "Say No to Drugs, Say Yes to ___"
Students draw illustration for saying no to drugs. They then draw illustrations for activities they could be doing instead of involving themselves in drugs.
Submitted by: Jennifer
say no to drugs red ribbon week

The Teacher's Corner Resources "Under the Sea Says Be Drug Free" & "Fish Want to Squish Drugs"
You can either use enlarged fish and sea life clip art for students to color and decorate, or you can have them draw and color their own. Either way, you will then want to hang blue paper and decorate it with other ocean items.
Submitted by: Jennifer
say no to drugs red ribbon week      The fish want to squish drugs

The Teacher's Corner Resources "United Are We to Live Drug Free "
Draw and paint the Earth. Students then draw, color and cut out pictures of themselves to paste on and around the Earth.
Submitted by: Jennifer
say no to drugs red ribbon week

The Teacher's Corner Resources "We Put a Cap On Drugs"
Students decorate a bottle cap.
Submitted by: Jennifer
cap on drugs red ribbon week

The Teacher's Corner Resources "We're High on Elevation, Not Drugs"
This is a great display for anyone who lives in the mountains. Students draw themselves doing activities that can be done at higher elevations. (This could easily be adapted to any region.)
Submitted by: Jennifer
high on red ribbon week

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