Sunday, December 3, 2017

Christmas Bulletin Board Ideas

Our school is looking merry and bright this December with cheerful bulletin boards and colorful Christmas displays that are "decking our halls." Our teachers and parent volunteers have been busy creating a festive mood at our school, and I think these bulletin boards and displays turned out adorable! If you are looking for some holiday bulletin board or display ideas, then take a peek at the pictures below.

This first display was created by our parent volunteers. A sweet little elf sits on top of a Christmas mantel to greet children and visitors as they enter our school. Red bulletin board paper was wrapped around boxes that were stacked to create this fun mantel. My favorite part is the fire made from tissue paper and bulletin board paper.




This adorable bulletin board was created by my sweet teacher friend. I just love this Santa's Clothesline bulletin board, and the "Merry Christmas" undies are just too cute! I love how she used a real Santa hat and real shorts along with the coat and pants that she drew and created.


Whimsical Christmas trees on a black and white polka dot background create a simple, but eye-catching bulletin board. I love the simplicity of this board. It is so bright and colorful and will definitely catch your attention.



If you are looking for a holiday display that is student-created, then this board is for you. Create a beautiful student-made bulletin board with this packet from my store. Students will create flipbooks to respond to books that they have read.  Included in this packet is one Christmas tree pattern with 4 different choices for responding to fiction or non-fiction books. The flipbooks and the lettering are inlcuded in this packet. Simply print the letters out on colored paper and cut out. All other pieces in this picture are NOT included in the packet. Your students will love creating these adorable flipbooks, and your bulletin board will be the talk of the school. Check it out. 





Have a blessed day!


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