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Classroom Display Resources

science table, stocked with microscopes, test tubes, and books for experimenting

Michelles Charm World: Science and Little Ones

TONS of ideas for teaching the American Revolution. All bulletin board worthy. Some documents to help out. Much information about bringing the unit "to life".

Love this idea w/ shades of color...great use of fine motor skills and strengthening fingers, too

toddler "busy bag" swap!

Word wall on a clothes line in a school where you can't hang things on the wall.

Classroom Photos 2005 -

Frying Up Great Readers Background: Purple background paper. Title: “Frying Up Great Readers!” Border: Jennifer used two different green patterned trimmers. Decoration: Collect a McDonald’s french fry container for each student in the class. [NOTE: You may be lucky enough to get them donated from your local restaurant if you let them know what your plan is. It never hurts to ask!] Attach these around the bulletin board, scripting a student’s name under each. Create “french fries” from yellow card stock/construction paper, painted craft sticks, etc, placing these in a pail, envelope, or box for students to access throughout the year as they finish both required and recreational reading. After completing each book, have students script the title onto a french fry and place it in their container. They’ll love seeing their progress! Supplies for this bulletin board… Violet bulletin board paper Assorted bulletin board letters Lime mini polka dots border, green sparkle trimmer, or green patterned border {use one single design or a combination!} Recycled McDonald’s french fry containers Yellow construction paper or craft sticks and yellow craft paint {or you can even purchase pre-stained yellow craft sticks!}