Bulletin boards in the classroom can be a great way to showcase your style as a teacher. If you really want to get your students involved, go a step further and try out some of these interactive bulletin boards. Children can get up from their seats and immerse themselves in the learning experience, even if they are socially distant. Just make sure they use their own supplies. We have put together examples for every topic and level. So let yourself be inspired and get started!
Promote independent reading and improve your reading skills with this bulletin board that students can color in after reading the books.
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This bulletin board allows students to post questions about an answer you provide.
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Create a simple, colorful grid that students can use to display their best work for all to see. Add their names if you want or leave them blank, but encourage each student to post regularly.
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Use rubber bands to match the terms (also marked with push pins) with the parts.
Source: Kutztown University
This interactive forum gives students a chance to think about their classmates and see how much they actually know about each other.
Source: In Bodine
Students can learn how to solve math word problems using this interactive board.
Source: Teaching two sisters
Poetry can be a hard sell for some children. Help them relate to this by challenging them to determine if quotes are from a famous poet or a famous pop group. You will be surprised by the answers!
Source: Mrs. Orman's classroom
Interactive bulletin boards don't need to be a lot of time or effort. Just pin up a giant painting poster and let the students use their crayons or markers to color in. Coloring is a well-known anti-stress activity and can actually help focus the mind on the subject at hand.
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Interactive bulletin boards like this one, also known as a "parking lot," provide an inconspicuous way for children to ask questions about the material you are covering. Check this out daily to see what you might need to review or save to answer in a future lesson. Remove the sticky notes if you react to them.
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Do you need something for children when they finish a little early? Sudoku interactive bulletin boards could be the answer! For more information on how to set it up, see the link below.
Source: Activity after math
Did someone say a giant Venn diagram? Count me in! Post any two items for students to compare and contrast and have them write their responses on sticky notes to fill in the chart.
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Prepare to write opinions by having students post their thoughts on a tug of war bulletin board. These are easy to prepare and can be used over and over again for different questions.
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Bring interactive bulletin boards with QR codes into the digital age. This example shows quotes from famous women on the wall. The pupils can scan the QR code, which is generated free of charge, with their mobile phones or tablets to find out more about the individual QR codes. This idea can be customized for so many different topics!
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Game-based learning has so many advantages. This boggle math board is based on the classic letter game with a twist of numbers. Learn how to play at the link below.
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The little ones love interactive bulletin boards. Paint empty paper towel tubes with bright colors and set them up with coordinated buckets and pom-poms. Children practice hand-eye coordination by dropping the correct pompoms through the tubes.
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Lift-the-flap cards can be used on so many different interactive bulletin boards. This forum helps children identify literary genres through examples and descriptions.
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Word search is an engaging way to practice spelling and vocabulary. You can modify this board to accommodate new themes all year round.
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Grab your hot glue gun and get to work! This board is the perfect opportunity to play a quick game of I Spy when you have a few free minutes at the end of your class.
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This is a simple idea for a case bulletin board. Have a student write what they are grateful for on the back of each card. Turn one over every day and share it. (For more fall bulletin board ideas, see here.)
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You can find examples of interactive bulletin boards like this on Pinterest. The concept is basic: write notes on a blackboard with encouraging and kind words so students can grab them when they need to be lifted. Provide them with paper so they can add their own kind words to others.
The great thing about interactive paper roll bulletin boards is that they are easy to change. Please see the link below to learn how to make this board (this teacher used a door, but it would work for a bulletin board too).
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Share a book read aloud by sharing the characters, problem, attitude, and solution as you read. When you're finished with the book, have the kids write their favorite part on sticky notes to share. (Check out more creative ways to use Sticky Notes in the classroom here.)
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Help your little one learn letters, numbers, sight words and more with a cute and fun interactive matching board.
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Show students how books open the world. Publish a map or world map and have it post a pin anywhere in the books they read.
Words With Friends made Scrabble games popular again. Set up a board of note cards and have students compete for the highest score. Bonus points for using a vocabulary!
The teacher who created this forum says, "Students use sticky notes to write the title, author, and genre of the book they are reading. They use dry-erase markers every day to mark the page on which they're in and update their rating (out of 5 stars). That way I can see how much kids are reading and give students a place to refer to when looking for new book recommendations. "
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If you "catch" friendly students, give them a "warm, fuzzy" bobble to put in their bucket. Periodically empty each bucket into a class bucket to work towards a reward. (Learn more about the bucket filler concept here.)
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Such a simple concept - spell a word in large letters and let students fill it with their thoughts on the word. You can easily change this to suit seasons or themes.
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Have students place paper pool balls on the table, then calculate the angles they need to shoot using a protractor and string to pocket the ball.
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Social media is everywhere these days, including in classrooms. Create a Twitter board where students can “tweet” the answer to a question using laminated sentence strips and dry-erase markers.
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Find out which books are hits and which are not with interactive bulletin boards of the reader's choice. Children can pan their picture to show how they felt about a particular book.
It's like magnetic poetry but uses a bulletin board instead! Cut out words and prepare a container of pins. The rest of the work is done by the students.
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Post a series of envelopes with random kind action ideas. Students draw a card, complete the process, and then post a picture if they want.
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Put a picture of the student under a folder with their name on them so students can learn the names and faces of their classmates. This is aimed at younger children, but could also be optimized for older students.
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Have students practice drawing points and finding the area of the shapes on a Cartesian plane. Use fun pins to spice it up!
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Do you need more bulletin board ideas? Try these 20 Science Bulletin Boards or these 19 Magical Harry Potter Boards.
Would you like to know what makes a bulletin board easy and effective? Check out these tips.
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