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  • Melissa Zonis

    I like winter because... Unique hot chocolate bulletin board idea for winter!

  • Lori Beth

    cute bulletinboard

  • Debi

    Winter Craft

  • Erin Pearl Bruening

    I like winter because... winter bulletin board idea

  • Chrissy Sheppard

    Cute Bulletin Board Idea! Hot cocoa party and a writing activity: I like winter because...

  • Heidi Koehnle Ruhnke

    bulletin board ideas! Coffee cups... I mean, mugs of hot chocolate with a writing prompt.

  • Mary Kate Morger

    These are examples for classroom bulletin boards. The bulletin board shown in the picture says "I like winter because." The teacher has the students write about why they like winter and make some kind of art work for their hot cocoa mug and then the teacher posts the bulletin board in the hallway or in the classroom. Perfect for a writing activity and fun way to display student work.

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