Category: Bulletin boards

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…

Artwork with perspective – Cityscape

Create this gorgeous artwork and teach the idea of perspective in drawing. The children loved this, as can be seen by their creations. Read on to find out how you can recreate this. When starting, it is important to draw diagonals that go through a centre point. Make the space for the sky and rub out the inner lines. Then, draw…

Hearts display

Here’s a little blast from the past for Valentine’s Day. This is a cute display that was done some years ago, which can easily be made with card and tissue paper. Just cut out two hearts and glue, weaving strips of tissue paper on one side, then glue the other heart on top so it looks good on both sides…

Fall into art

Autumn a.k.a fall, such a colourful season full of auburn, yellow and orange. We tried to bring some autumn colour into our classroom with this fantastic Autumn Leaf art, from Pinterest. Take a look at the result for yourselves! This is such a simple and effective art activity. Children use their imagination to create patterns in a meaningful way. To…

The origins of our number system – Display

Love to share ideas with fellow colleagues! ❤ Here is how I used the powerpoint  ‘ The origins of our number system’  to create a display for my classroom! The children love to read it and it has great cross-curricular links! Download it and let me know how you used it… Till next time…

Shakespeare – old time favourite

Follow my blog with Bloglovin This display is another one of my old time favourites. It was inspired by the Shakespeare week we had at school. This was made with a Year 2 class. The children had written Shakespearean style stories which had been typed up and printed. They were then mounted onto little Shakespeare characters to make it more…

Rainy day art – old time favourite

The rainy day art one of my all time favourite bulletin board displays from a previous year. This art activity was done in a Year 2 class but can easily be adapted for children of any age. For the rainy day art… You will need: Black card, scissors, glue, watercolour paints, white card or paper for background, a silhouette of  a person holding…