Cute bulletin boards are very attractive and they are able to create a mood which enhances the learning experience especially for kids. Some great ideas for this kind of bulletin board include the cartoon designs, bugs design and also the baby photo design.
Bulletin boards are flat display areas, usually covered in cork, used for posting assorted messages, information or art. Decorative bulletin boards are common in schools because if their easy, versatile and artistic benefits. Cute bulletin board ideas for spring provide a cheerful accent to any classroom. Secure decorations to the board with tape, staples, pushpins or poster putty to ensure easy removal.
Combine cartoon designs and colorful paper to create a cute spring bulletin board with happy bees and flowers. Green paper with bee-patterned trim provides the basic background for the bulletin board. Paper calendars for March, April and May decorate the middle third of the board. Yellow and black paper bees with googly eyes and pink marker grins decorate the upper third of the board. Colorful paper flowers with googly eyes and pink marker grins decorate the lower third of the board.
This activity is ideal if you’re studying bugs in science class. The students use what they know about bugs to create a new species. Provide lightweight recyclable materials and craft supplies, such as egg cartons, cereal boxes, lids, pipe cleaners and craft foam to make their bug models. If bulletin board space is limited, set a size restriction for the bugs, so they all fit. The students can name their bugs and write a description of what it eats and how it acts. Display the bugs on the bulletin board along with the names and descriptions.
A collage of baby pictures is a great idea for a classroom. Younger children and babies love to look at other pictures of babies and are very interested in faces. A collage of baby photos, or even pictures of babies from magazines, will be interesting for the children in a younger classroom.
Cover your bulletin board in yellow paper, and use green punch out letters to spell “Watch Us Bloom and Grow” across the top of the board. Measure the height of the youngsters in your preschool class, and then cut a 4-inch wide rectangular “stem” from green construction paper to match the each measurement. Give the children dinner-size paper plates, construction paper and scissors. Provide cups of springtime-colored paint and brushes. Let the kids paint the plates and cut construction paper petals to staple to the edges when the plates are dry. Hang each child’s flower on the board attached to his measured stem. Display the kids’ names and height next to the flowers.