Coming back to school right after the holidays can be a difficult time to get creative in the classroom. Fortunately, February brings many themed holidays, perfect for sprucing up those bulletin boards! You can celebrate Valentine’s Day of course, but there are so many more fun and festive celebrations to showcase in your classroom this February. If you need inspiration, check out our list of 18 February bulletin board ideas below!
February is Black History Month! Celebrate the month with this gorgeous bulletin board that celebrates famous black women in history who made a huge impact on the culture and progress of America. Looking for more ways to celebrate? Check out our Black History Month activities.
Source: Pinterest: Aaliyah Barlow
This Black History Month board showcases African Americans who made an impact on history in various ways. The board highlights their careers in an organized way, perfect for students to view and learn about Black history. And these Black History Month facts would be a perfect addition to a similar bulletin board.
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How cute is this board for National Dental Health Month? The pink, purple, and red really make it stand out! Encourage some good dental hygiene with this creative board.
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We heart this heart health bulletin board idea! Encouraging your students to maintain a healthy lifestyle is super important. This board is both educational and adorable.
Source: Pinterest: Blair Clayburgh
Show your librarians and all their amazing books some love this Library Lovers’ Month! The addition of the conversation hearts is beyond cute. Plus, check out this list of Valentine’s Day books perfect to display in February.
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Students always love 100th Day of School festivities! This board features cut-out paper hearts where students write their favorite part about school. Need more ways to celebrate? Check out our favorite 100th Day of School activities.
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If you love football, why not try out a Super Bowl board? This February bulletin board idea is a total touchdown!
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Nothing says Valentine’s Day like conversation hearts. Brainstorm some cute sayings for your colorful paper hearts. Plus, check out these free, printable kindness posters to decorate your walls.
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Have your students create their own valentine bee for this board. We bee-lieve in this adorable February bulletin board idea!
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Which will it be, six more weeks of winter or an early spring? Ask your students to predict what they think Phil’s decision will be! Looking for more ways to celebrate? Check out these Groundhog Day videos.
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How well does your class know the presidents? Quiz them with this Presidents’ Day trivia bulletin board idea. Plus, take a look at these Presidents’ Day activities for the classroom.
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Celebrate International Day of Women and Girls in Science with this inspirational board highlighting incredible women in STEM. Girl power!
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February 17 is Random Acts of Kindness Day. Each sprinkle on this February bulletin board features a kind act that your class can use on their classmates and others. What fun!
Source: School Counselor Blog
We love these sweet lovebugs made out of paper plates and pipe cleaners! Your class will enjoy making these for Valentine’s Day.
Source: Pinterest: Ashley Saintes
This take on a box of chocolates features different songs with the words love or sweet. How many do your students know?
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Olaf and Valentine’s Day go together perfectly! This board involves a heart hand craft that your kids will adore.
Source: Pinterest: Mary Brown
Practice addressing letters to a valentine with this mailbox bulletin board idea. How cute and educational!
Source: Pinterest: Kristi Clave
Focus on some positive affirmations and actions this February. We love this self-love take on a Valentine’s bulletin board.
Source: Pinterest: Ambar Perez
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