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Interactive Bulletin Boards: My Guiding Principle

By Beth Newingham on January 7, 2013
  • Grades: 3–5

When I spend time creating bulletin boards for my classroom, I want to make sure that they are connected to my teaching and that my students use the information to push their thinking. I can spend hours creating beautiful bulletin boards, but if they are not meaningful or if they do not serve a real purpose for my students, I find they do nothing more than take up important space on my walls.

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Bulletin boards are a great way to communicate with children using a lot of different ways. like colour, pictures, themes, and even things they come up with to learn different things in their life. Each child learns his way and boards are great for each and everyone of them.

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