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Mrs. White's 6th Grade Math Blog: display those learning targets!

Dr. Seuss Back To School Bulletin Board Idea

Dr. Seuss Inspired B2S Bulletin Board

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Re-Use an old poster- Cut out the Characters and use them as decor.

Library bulletin board. Pinner says: We asked students and faculty to share a #bookselfie with us. I printed the first 40 for the bulletin board.

LEGO bulletin board for library.

Election day bulletin board for library

Awesome Display idea!! Celebrity Bookprints | A Bookprint is the list of 5 books that leave an indelible mark on our lives, shaping who we are and who we become. Well over 100 celebs share - also bio of each

Celebrity Bookprints | Read Every Day, Lead a Better Life

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Love her boards....show off the standards you're teaching! Like the idea of putting a star by the skill once she introduces it in class.

Dr. Seuss library bulletin board: whole school favorite book graph. Place votes with circle stickers.

A great way for teachers to share book suggestions!

The Sharpened Pencil: April 2013

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Books to Make You LOL

Library displays

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Paint chip border with #digitalcitizenship for library or computer lab!

Journey of a Substitute Teacher: Bright Ideas: Making Bulletin Boards Pop

superhero bulletin board

I'm going to be a teacher :D

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Dig Into Reading Bulletin Board

Lorri's School Library Blog-reading bulletin board, summer library bulletin board

Lorri's School Library Blog

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Bulletin Board Idea: "Dig Up a Good Book" Kids love dinosaurs so this board is sure to encourage them to keep reading!

dig up a good book display T Rex dinosaur bulletin board

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"Poetry is in Bloom" library bulletin board

Love this idea! (I often see similar activities for math, but this is the first time I've seen this activity used within a literacy lesson.)