Summer Worksheet: July Bulletin Boards

Summer Worksheet: July Bulletin Boards

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Summer Worksheet: July Bulletin Boards
This seasonal worksheet is called 'Summer Worksheet: July Bulletin Boards' and was kindly introduced by Scholastic, also available for free at their website. It is a great three-pager with multiple ideas on various bulletin boards and how you can use them in class to encourage kids to strive for better results, or to show everyone's appreciation for their achievements. 
The first template presented suggests using ice-cream scoop shapes for writing students' names and adding them to the class sundae when particular accomplishments are reached. Another one allows you to build an extra-large, multi-decked ice-cream cone with classroom rules and procedures (e.g. raise your hand, work quietly, keep hands to yourself, have pencil + paper, etc.). Promise kids a trip to a local gelateria as a reward for improved behavior. As an addition, there is also 'My Ice Cream Book' template included into the worksheet, for kids to cut it out as per the lines, color and fill in with their summer plans or field trip impressions. One more idea presented here - create a space theme in the classroom by displaying a large rocket ship and movable astronauts. Children can participate in creating the board by providing drawings of stars and planets for the background.
These bulletin boards are fun to make, they can be re-used for different purposes and will easily brighten up any classroom!
This seasonal worksheet is called 'Summer Worksheet: July Bulletin Boards' and was kindly introduced by Scholastic, also available for free at their website. It is a great three-pager with multiple ideas on various bulletin boards and how you can use them in class to encourage kids to strive for better results, or to show everyone's appreciation for their achievements. 
The first template presented suggests using ice-cream scoop shapes for writing students' names and adding them to the class sundae when particular accomplishments are reached. Another one allows you to build an extra-large, multi-decked ice-cream cone with classroom rules and procedures (e.g. raise your hand, work quietly, keep hands to yourself, have pencil + paper, etc.). Promise kids a trip to a local gelateria as a reward for improved behavior. As an addition, there is also 'My Ice Cream Book' template included into the worksheet, for kids to cut it out along the lines, color and fill in with their summer plans or field trip impressions. One more idea presented here - create a space theme in the classroom by displaying a large rocket ship and movable astronauts. Children can participate in creating the board by providing drawings of stars and planets for the background.
These bulletin boards are fun to make, they can be re-used for different purposes and will easily brighten up any classroom!