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Bulletin Board Creation. Teacher Academy 2014. Why Create a Bulletin Board?. Make classroom look appealing, inviting, interesting and colorful What are some other reasons??. Three Types of Bulletin Boards. Display Boards – Share Student Work Celebrate a person or occasion

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bulletin board creation

Bulletin Board Creation

Teacher Academy

2014

why create a bulletin board
Why Create a Bulletin Board?
  • Make classroom look appealing, inviting, interesting and colorful
  • What are some other reasons??
three types of bulletin boards
Three Types of Bulletin Boards
  • Display Boards –
    • Share Student Work
    • Celebrate a person or occasion
    • Back-to-School Night / P-T Conferences
    • Announce a special event
      • Content is usually student-generated
  • Informational Boards
    • Reinforce a skill
    • Present new information
      • Limit the visual clutter
  • Interactive Boards
    • Interactive with manipulatives
    • Easy access, colorful, durable, clear directions
bulletin board basics
Bulletin Board Basics

Measure to Make Sure!!

  • Lettering
    • Print size
    • Spacing
    • Upper/Lower – ALL CAPS
    • Left to Right
  • Balance/Symmetry
    • By nature, 41% of us look to the upper left-hand corner first…
    • Formal = one side is a mirror image of the other
    • Informal = both sides have equal weight but have different arrangements
  • CurectSpelin, pleeze!!
bulletin board basics cont d
Bulletin Board Basics Cont’d…
  • Materials:
    • Variety/contrast is good – but not too over stimulating
    • Colorful –make sure colors match; set the mood
      • Red/orange/yellow = warm colors that jump out at you
      • Violets/blues/greens = make good backgrounds
    • Graphics -
      • Proportioned correctly; Applicable to the topic
    • Borders should match the theme/purpose
  • Appearance
    • Error Free – no smudges, tears, etc.
    • Borders lay flat and overlap nicely
slide6

Other Thoughts…

  • Purpose
    • What are you trying to communicate to your students / audience?
  • Keep it simple!
    • Less is more!
    • White space is good
  • Think about Rhythm
    • Guides the eye
    • Depends on placement

Lots of things to think about!!

slide7

Plan, Plan, Plan

  • Sketch Up
    • Sketch up a plan before you begin.
    • Lay it out so you know where everything is going to go – and it fits!!
  • Measure to make it look nice
    • Ideas from Mrs. V. 
    • Yard stick / ruler = do not eyeball it!
  • Stand back and take a look!
    • Does it look nice?
    • Is it eye appealing?
plan plan plan
Plan, Plan, Plan
  • What do you notice about this bulletin board? Talk at your table.
  • List 5 things (good or bad)
plan plan plan1
Plan, Plan, Plan
  • What do you notice about this bulletin board? Talk at your table.
  • List 5 things (good or bad)
slide10

Where to Display?

  • Talk at your table – name at least 5 places
  • Each of you go stand in front of a different place you could put a Bulletin Board display

Materials to Use?

  • Paper on a roll
  • Wrapping paper
  • Table Cloths
  • Fabric
  • Wall paper
  • Felt
  • Styrofoam shapes
  • Old postcards
  • CDs
  • Play money for border
slide11

Now it’s YOUR turn!

  • Today you’ll begin to create a bulletin board!
  • Pick your partner wisely
  • Rubric spells it all out
  • Your idea must be approved by Mrs. Luban or Mrs. V.
  • Be able to tell us your purpose for the Bulletin Board
  • Have fun with it!
  • Timing is on your own – done by Friday, Feb 21
slide12

Working Partners

  • The following people will work together to create your bulletin boards:
  • Sydney and Courtney - #1 – 5th lab space
  • Briell and Cassidy - #2 – Kitchen door
  • Tori P and Celena - #3 – Window in Lab
  • Rachel and Tori W - #4 – 6th lab space
  • Marissa and Erika - #5 – Window in class
slide13

Working Partners

  • The following people will work together to create your bulletin boards:
  • Tori and Maggie - #1 – 1st lab space
  • Alisha and Harry - #2 – Storage room door
  • Bekahand Nicole - #3 – 4th space
  • Abby and Tiffany - #4 – Portable board
  • Joe and Dianna - #5 – 3rd lab space
  • Kailey and Bianca - #6 – Front board
  • Mycah and Kelsey- #7 – 2nd lab space
  • Jocelyn and Rowan - #8 – Door into Parent Room
  • Elisha and Marissa - #9 – Window in lab
slide14

What’s Important??

Divide your board into 4 (or 6)

sections.

On your Dry Erase board, each person records:

One important fact about: (4 minutes)

  • Purpose?
  • Materials?
  • Types?
  • Basics?
  • Planning?
  • Other…
slide15

Things to Think About…

  • Decide on a grade level and a purpose
  • Sketch it up!!
  • Have Mrs. V. or Mrs. Luban approve your design
    • Look at the Rubric!
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