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Attitude is the Mind's Paintbrush... - Motivational Bulletin Board

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Attitude is the mind's paintbrush... bulletin board

Be the Change. What a cool idea for a bulletin board. Kids could hold up signs of things they would love to change (pollution, bullying, economy, cure for cancer, etc)

While this is directed more towards middle and high school students, it would be something great to have in a classroom. Often times kids need to be reminded that once you post something you normally can't un-post it. -Kayla Gavigan

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I love this idea to combine art, writing, and back to school--how cool would this be school wide???

7 Habits of Highly Effective Kids - Cute Poster Set. Once upon a time I was trying to use this book w/ modified lessons for 1-2 grade! Maybe I will try again someday. These posters are adorable.

The Leader in Me on canvas--super cute!! I would love this as a finished Friday activity! Design it one week and paint the next... Thanks @Belinda Chan for helping us lead the way!

Make these captions with chalk board paint and then put them up in the classroom ~ so many ways this could be used!

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25 Creative Bulletin Board Ideas for Kids

Spotlight Work On Stage Bulletin Board - 25 Creative Bulletin Board Ideas for Kids,,

to help promote doing homework! (downloads on website)

7 Habits 1. Be proactive. 2. Begin with the end in mind. 3. Put first things first. 4. Think win-win. 5. Seek first to understand, then to be understood. 6. Synergize. 7. Sharpen the saw.

For our College Go Get It week, my principal and counselor came up with the idea of graphing weekly salaries based on educational levels, from not finishing high school up to a doctorate. We decided to represent it with a pictograph using play money. We are now developing questions for different grade levels to answer based on the data in the graph. @bkbgibson

Idea for the classroom: weekly, add a card to the board of what made the children happy that week. At the end of the year/ term give the children a booklet of their happiness cards