Learn how to create an interactive bulletin board that teaches your students about color. Simply set up, teach, and let your bulletin board grow as students contribute throughout the year. This board takes very little effort from you, and will contribute a lot to your classroom.
This board is one of my staples for a few reasons: it is eye-catching, unique, and sure to be noticed by your administrators; it is interactive and will keep your students interested all year long (will not require changing!); and it encourages critical thinking. This board is not just background noise, but is useful and encourages discussion - By the end of the year, my students actually end up using the board as a color chart to discuss their own projects ("I want to use a red-orange, the color of this rubber band").
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PDF instructions for easy set-up
Printable PDF instructions (to attach to the board)
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ADDITIONAL MATERIALS REQUIRED:
Container of thumbtacks
Uncovered bulletin board
Printed color wheel (easily found on the internet)
A small collection of "found objects" - candy wrappers, ticket stubs, bottle caps, etc.
IDEAS FOR USE:
- Use in a primary class as a way to teach basic colors (red with red, blue with blue)
- Use in an art class as a way to teach more complicated color theory ideas
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