Bulletin board activities, which encourage interactivity, are perhaps the best type of display to engage and involve students. Students spend more time viewing and attempting to understand these types of bulletin boards. Students are able to move pieces around, solve puzzles, and answer problems and questions. This type of kinesthetic learning encourages students to build understanding and introduces new concepts in an exciting way.
Reading Bulletin Board Activities Volume 4 includes the following activities (and appropriate patterns):
READ A "BUNCH" OF BOOKS: The object is to track student reading by adding balloons to their portrait.
PICK A GOOD BOOK TO READ: The object is for student to pick a book from the tree, read the book, and add apple to their basket.
GO FISHING FOR GOOD BOOKS: The object is to track student reading using fish.
ROLLING WESTWARD: The object is for students to write compositions based on reading about the American West.
FALL "LEAVES" ME HAPPY: The object is to add happy thoughts to the bulletin board.
FOLLOW ME: The object is for students to write science reports based on the groundhog, and other creative ideas.
A HERALDRY TO COLOR: Students color heraldry as teacher reads a story.