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Rules of the classroom...so easy to make...with an old board, black matte paint and a paint marker...assuming you have whimsical penmanship!

STUDENT BIOGRAPHIES: Have the kids write bios of themselves in the 3rd person, take "GLAMOUR SHOTS!"

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Amazing how cool these trees look in the classroom. would be cool branched out across the ceiling over her students.

Bulletin Board Inspiration- Could add a leaf each day and write something students are thankful for...

Taco 'bout a great class bulletin board idea...maybe change it to "taco 'bout a great book" and have students write book reviews on their taco

PTO 5: This bulletin board on reading is a great way to get the students to work or core concepts of reading. They can choose from any option under fluency, awareness, comprehension, and expand vocabulary. Each topic has multiple options beneath them to work on the main topic such as reread text, identify characters, summarize text, and use figurative language.

This "I'm done..." board is a great way to remind students of their choices once they have completed the current activity. By having this posted as a bulletin board or poster within the room, students would have a visual reminder of the acceptable options they have while awaiting transition to the next activity. This procedure would help maintain order as well as keep faster students busy.

cooking theme idea - stirring up something - door decoration for fundraiser, etc.

DIY Burlap Bulletin Board...I'm so doing this next year and my Morgan girls better not steal this idea from me!

"Wonder" by R.J. Palacio ... Best. Book. Ever. It's a must read for every fourth, fifth, or sixth grader!