You'll Want One of these Five Bulletin Boards in Your Classroom





Some teachers are amazing at classroom decor!  
I am more of the "I like it colorful" variety.

I'm always on the lookout for great bulletin boards, especially those that are interactive.  I found some of these online and thought I'd share them with you.  Clicking on the picture will take you to the link.

I've had this one outside my door for the past two years.  I love that it tags kids in so many different ways.
photo of a classroom entrance with "When you Enter this Room, you are..."

Growth mindset is such an important skill to teach students these days.  I love that this one includes a mirror so that students see themselves as they read what matters.


I'll be teaching Social Studies in addition to ELA this year.  I'm going to put something like this up in my room to help students make connections between the books they're reading and the setting.  We'll copy covers and put them around the outside.  Then, students will attach yarn with a tack to the country or city where the book is set.

I love Sudoku!  And I love how it makes kids analyze numbers.  This board is a great idea!

I'm not sure who came up with this idea.  (If you know, please let me know so that I can give them credit.)  I think it would be fun for kids to make a book spine with the name of the book they're reading (and maybe their name) on it, so that other kids can ask about the books.

I hope this has generated some thoughts about your own bulletin board.  If you have other ideas, please share them below!

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