Tuesday, June 30, 2015

What's On Your Bulletin Board Linky - June Throwback

Hi!  I'm back for another edition of What's On Your Bulletin Board Linky!  This month, I figured since most of us are out of school we could share some throwback bulletin boards from either earlier this year or from years past.  If, by any chance, you have bulletin boards from this month due to being year round or getting out late in June, please share those!


This first throwback bulletin board is truly throwback!  It's from about 14 years ago when I taught in Kansas.  It's so old that I had to actually scan the picture in. lol  When I taught in Kansas, I was at a very small school.  As in, my last year there I had 9 students in my class!  We did not have an art teacher, so each Friday I did some kind of art project with my students.  For this project, I had the students draw a flower in the middle, draw lines around the flower, and then color it in either warm or cool colors.  I let my students decide which way they wanted to color it.  {The middle two flowers are mine.  I couldn't let my students have all the fun!}


My next two bulletin boards come from just a few years ago.  This first one is a set of bulletin boards that contain my freebie shape penguin craftivity.  My students love making these every year!



My last bulletin board is a tooth fairy activity.  My students colored a tooth fairy and then finished off the sentence stem.  It was fun to see what they wanted the tooth fairy to bring them!


Here is a closeup of one of the tooth fairies. I love how we added a touch of glitter to the wand and crown!


Would you like to share your bulletin boards (current or throwback)?  All you have to do is grab the graphic above and add your link below.  I can't wait to see all the great bulletin boards!



2 comments:

  1. Ohhh! That looks fun! I need to look bak at my pictures to see if I took any good ones, so I can link up to this.

    -Amanda
    www.smartcookiesinkinder.blogspot.com

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    1. I hope that you find some! I would love for you to link up! I love looking at other teachers' bulletin boards for new ideas. :)

      Thanks,
      Amy

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