the students will flip when they see this winter snowman door :)
bulletin boards and doors. I think getting involved in creating a door or bulletin board is important in all classrooms. You can focus on lesson plans, weather, or anything that you found important. I think getting children to look at something or even parents can help understand what you would like to portray in your classroom throughout the time that it is being displayed.
izzyshare bulletin boards and doors
These Hickory Dickory Dock Mice from Tippytoe Crafts have to be the most engaging craft project to go along with the twelve verses of Hickory Dickory Dock my students sing as they learn to tell time. If anyone is interested, I put together simple rhyming verses to help the children practice reading a traditional clock while concurrently practicing rhyming skills.
"Even your front door can have it's own Halloween costume! Here we have Frankenstein's monster... Reusable every year if you make the pieces out of felt. (You can wash them if it rains!) And if your front door isn't green, cover it in green wrapping or construction paper temporarily." I'm doing this! :) Our door is red - maybe a vampire?