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Catching Snowflakes - Love this for a winter art project

Artwork published by msallums1

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Number Wanted Poster

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Art Class Display!

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Looking From Third to Fourth: Christmas Caroler Art

Elementary AMC: Christmas Caroler Art

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Teaching Tales Along the Yellow Brick Road: Winter Interactive Bulletin Board

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class door, encouraging college grads

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"Would You Like A Synonym With That" Synonym Word Wall

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Love the idea of the READ Box instead of Red Box! I can see kids writing reviews for books and posting them on the other side of the box.

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So cute! I think I will do this on my door.

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december bulletin board

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bulletin boards in baggies good site :)

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Snowman Door design- Love this!!

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I can change the world with my two hands

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look for random acts of kindness to fill the grinch with love.. so cute! Possible Hallway bulletin board in school?

The Sharpened Pencil

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Love this!!! Book Trailers... Hey I just met you, and this is crazy, but here's my trailer so read me, maybe!

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Pinterest bulletin board to "pin" pictures of math found in everyday life

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Game Theme Bulletin Board ... LOVE!

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Place Value Bulletin board scavenger hunt! So cute!

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She has some great bulletin board tips on here.

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Great bulletin board

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Think Tank...on Monday put a question for the students to answer. They will then write their answer on a fish and staple it to the board. On Fridays go thru the fish and place the ones who correctly answered the questions in the fish bowl. Draw five every couple of weeks and give those students a reward. Works as a great assessment tool to see how the students are doing with various concepts! Maybe a a trivia contest in the library??

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Welcome sign... love!

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Reading Takes Us Places... keeping track of where the setting of books take place

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love this poster for the classroom!

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Bulletin Board/ word wall - synonym garden

Classroom Recipes and crafts

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