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This is a classroom helpers board, but I like the idea of using it as a home faith formation thing - each pocket is a category of prayer and each stick is a person you know and you can have a visual of who to pray for what (with elementary-aged kids). Maybe this would be overwhelming or maybe it would help visually organize your prayers. Just an idea...
Cool Bulletin Board idea to "spotlight" a student or famous person. I would do both. Maybe every week a different actor, playwright, designer, etc to research to extra credit or a weekly report, and every now and then a student, to make them feel special having been up on the same wall as a big name.
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 of figurative language. (Pin links to image only)
Here is a precious way to assign classroom jobs. I will definitely be using this in my classroom one day! Each student has their name on a baseball, though I would use a photo as well. When their ball is in a specific glove, they have that specific classroom job. -LPM
Snowflake Craft: Botton right corner. Teacher hot glues popsicle sticks together. Kids pull apart white cotton balls and white tissue paper to glue onto sticks to make a snowflake.