Category: Bulletin boards

Introduction to Anchor Charts

Anchor charts are a must in your classroom. You have seen them everyone on the internet, but you may still have a few queries about what they actually are, how to create them and how to use them effectively in your classroom. If you have wondered about anchor charts, then this post is for you. I’m sure that once you…

Classroom display idea for ‘The Environment’

Here is an idea for a quick display for the Science topic ‘The Environment’.  Firstly, you will need a catchy backdrop, I used one with the sea. If you don’t have one like it then I would recommend you use blue for the sky as it is more effective if you keep to the colours of nature. The tree was…

12 Amazing Library Display Ideas for Every Month

One of the best ways to motivate and encourage children to read books is a good book display. Coming up with ideas can be hard and the internet can at times be overwhelming, leaving you at a loss. Below are 12 amazing  library and book corner display ideas, chosen from many on the web, that will be sure to motivate…

Robinson Crusoe Display

Historical narratives can be tough for kids to comprehend as they are written in an old-fashioned style and use vocabulary that has seized to exist. By breaking them down and analysing them bit by bit, children can be exposed to powerful pieces of writing that have shaped the world of literature. It is impressive to see how well children respond…

The Tyger: poem by William Blake

Year 6 were introduced to “The Tyger” poem by William Blake and were mesmerised by it.  There is no doubt that this piece of literature is immortal and still burns bright with today’s youth. 🐯 “The Tyger” is a poem by the English poet William Blake published in 1794 as part of the Songs of Experience collection.  Twinkl’s PowerPoint is a great resource to…

Believe in your selfie 3-D bulletin board idea

A twist on a classic art activity, drawing a portrait of yourself, is to draw your selfie! Children took selfies and then drew them. They loved to capture themselves in class with the camera and their art  took on a whole new life.  Some asked if they could draw snapchat filters. Allowing their imagination to roam, the children took their selfies…

Me Paint Cave!

Classroom displays don’t have to be flat! Make those bulletin boards come to life by making them three-dimensional, whenever possible. Use paper, and card to your advantage and create inspiring images to display and celebrate children’s learning. Below is a photo of a ‘Cave Paintings’ display, which shows some work from our fun ‘History Day‘, whilst learning about the Stone…

Science Investigations

What better way to learn about science than hands-on activities! We had great fun trying out these different investigations in class. We learned all about separating mixtures and solutions and had a lot of fun doing so. We planned the following investigations and had the children working on each investigation for 10mins. They loved carrying out these investigations and their…

World War Two Display with QR Code

 World War II (WWII or WW2), also known as the Second World War, was a global war that lasted from 1939 to 1945, although related conflicts began earlier. It involved the vast majority of the world’s nations—including all of the great powers—eventually forming two opposing military alliances: the Allies and the Axis. (wikipedia.com) Here is my World War Two display  that…

9 tips for effective classroom displays

Effective displays are essential tools for supporting pupils’ learning and making the classroom feel welcoming and engaging. They’re also something that most teachers enjoy doing—and sometimes overdoing! It’s tempting to cover classroom walls with bright, beautiful and teacher-chosen resources. It’s equally tempting to put up multiple copies of the same thing in order to please all the children in the…