July was definitely a busy month here. I attended the I Teach K conference and the Teachers Pay Teachers conference the first full week of July. I learned so much! Both conferences were amazing! Then I have been subbing this summer. My son attended ESY at my school site, so I offered to help out if any teachers had to be absent. Today was the last day of ESY, and I subbed for a dear friend who used to sub for me. She told me it was funny that she was writing plans for me. lol
Well, the reason we are all here, or maybe the reason I am here, is for me to show you some more throwback bulletin boards (and a couple not so quite bulletin boards but close enough). Everything that I am showing you is from a couple years ago. I would love for you to share some of your recent or throwback bulletin boards as well!
I wish I could claim credit for this bulletin board display. However, this was a project that my Kinders made in Art class. We have an awesome art teacher! All of the projects that my Kinders make are so wonderful. When I saw these winter scenes walk in my room, I grabbed them and put them up as quick as I could!
This display is a project that we completed after reading "Five Green and Speckled Frogs." My Kinders first made a pond and a log. They then had to decide how many frogs to put in the water and how many to put on the log. After that was complete, my Kinders had to complete a few sentences as well as a number sentence.
Here is the first of my "not quite a bulletin board" displays. My Kinders made these rainbows by picking a popcorn word and writing it in the correct color of the rainbow. I just love how they turned out!
My last "not quite a bulletin board" is a door display that my Kinders made for Nevada Reading Week. To make these wonderful caterpillars, we completed a directed drawing. My Kinders then used watercolor paints to paint their very hungry caterpillars. I love how unique each caterpillar is!
Thanks for stopping by to see my throwback bulletin boards (and not quite bulletin boards). Would you like to share what your students have made? Grab the linky button above and link up below. I can't wait to see what your students have made!