This Mega Bundle includes ALL of my best-selling Social Studies Bulletin Boards!
This resource is appropriate for middle and high school students. 30 cards are included in this resource including terminology (stereotypes, prejudice, discrimination, bystander, upstander, change agent, implicit bias), 12 quote/task cards from upstanders in history, and more!
An instruction sheet with teaching tips and "Upstander Response Cards" are also included in this resource.
This visually appealing interactive bulletin board is appropriate for middle and high school students. 22 cards are included (44 slides) in this resource including influential figures in American History such as: Maya Angelou, Shirley Chisholm, W.E.B. Du Bois, Frederick Douglas, Mae Jemison, Martin Luther King Jr., John Lewis, Thurgood Marshall, Michelle Obama, Rosa Parks, Bayard Rustin, Harriet Tubman, Sojourner Truth, Booker T. Washington, and Ida B. Wells.
An instruction sheet with teaching tips on how to incorporate this resource into lesson plans and "Student Response Cards" and title "Black History" are also included in this resource.
Just added: Martin Luther King Station Activity
This resource includes:
-7 instruction cards
-2 response sheets
-Bonus station (to be used as an alternative station or additional station if time allows) -Bonus station includes response cards and eight additional task cards.
-Teacher tips page
This resource includes 8 Posters featuring important African American women in U.S. History, 16 task cards/bell ringers/early-finishers, 16 response cards, 2 interactive notebook pages and a stations activity.
Stations activity includes 6 stations cards and a 2 page (print back-to-back to save paper) recording sheet.
These posters are a great way to spark a classroom conversation about prominent African American women in U.S. History. (I hang my posters on my classroom door. My classroom is located in a "high traffic area." I love "catching" students looking at the posters and discussing them with their peers!
This Domestic Violence Awareness Interactive Bulletin Board includes 42 slides (which make 21 cards to hang on your bulletin board). I print each page on colored printer paper. (Purple is the color for Domestic Violence Awareness Month.) Print back-to-back and fold each page in half to make a foldable card to hang on your bulletin board.
This resource also includes a title, "Domestic Violence Awareness."
This bulletin board could easily be incorporated into most Social Studies, Health or Psychology lessons or used as part of an education and awareness campaign on the topic of domestic violence.
This resource includes 38 cards to be used in an interactive bulletin board display. Topics included are: What is Geography? Why Does Geography Matter? What Does a Geographer Do? What are the 5 Themes of Geography? Map Essentials and much, much more!
This resource also includes two visually appealing doodle notes sheets that may be used in conjunction with the bulletin board or may be used alone.
Also includes Google Drive option for Doodle Notes and instructions
Incorporate this interactive LGBTQ bulletin board into a Social Studies, Life Skills, English, or Health lesson or use as part of an education and awareness campaign by a middle or high school GSA. Perfect for Ally Week!
Students are encouraged to interact with the bulletin board by scanning QR codes to find answers to quiz questions, additional information about topics highlighted, or to find helpful resources.
Quiz Cards, LGBT Organization Cards, Terminology Cards, Quote Cards, Know Your Rights Card, “Do Something” Card, Border
This resource is appropriate for Health, Psychology, and Social Studies classrooms. Counselors, school nurses, school librarians, or other staff may also find this resource useful as part of a mental health awareness display.
The purpose of this resource is to raise awareness of the issue of mental health. In addition to serving an awareness-raising function, this bulletin board aims to educate. Mental health terminology is included as well as statistics, quotes, and many links to resources. In addition, this board contains cards focusing on ending the stigma that surrounds the issue of mental health.
This resource is an interactive mental health awareness bulletin board. Students are encouraged to interact with the cards. One way students may interact with the cards is by scanning QR codes to access videos, resources, and additional information about the topics highlighted on the cards. There are 24 unique cards included in this resource. Cards included in this resource:
2 borders, a title page, and instructions are also included in this resource.
This resource includes 20 cards to be used in an interactive bulletin board display. Topics included are: Why history matters? What skills do we learn when we study history? What does it mean to think like a historian? How are historians like detectives? What is historiography? And more!
Two borders, title, and instruction sheet are included.
This resource also includes two visually appealing doodle notes sheets that may be used in conjunction with the bulletin board or may be used alone. Topics included are: Why study history? Tools of a historian. Thinking like a historian, and more! QR Codes are included.
Just added: 4 Stations to be used with the "Why History Matters" Doodle Notes Page and Bulletin Board AND "Thinking Like a Historian" interactive notebook page with instructions.
*Bonus Freebies Included! (2 History-themed binder covers and spines)
This bulletin board contains 30 QR code cards for the following iconic women:
1. Tammy Baldwin 2. Amelia Earhart 3. Sacagawea 4. Jeannette Rankin 5. Michelle Obama 6. Harriet Tubman 7. Rosa Parks 8. Hillary Clinton 9. Eleanor Roosevelt 10. Elizabeth Cady Stanton 11. Ida B. Wells 12. Sandra Day O’Connor 13. Ada Deer 14. Ruth Bader Ginsburg 15. Rachel Carson 16. Georgia O’Keeffe 17. Sonia Sotomayor 18. Angela Duckworth 19. Toni Morrison 20. Christa McAuliffe Jane Goodall 22. Dorothea Lange 23. Beyonce 24. Harper Lee 25. Lady Gaga 26. Women’s History Month website (Extras: Clara Barton, Condoleezza Rice, Pearl S. Buck, Nikki Haley, Stevie Nicks)
This resource also includes a title and two border options!
Teaching Tip: I am fortunate to have a large bulletin board in the hall outside my classroom. With my hallway bulletin board, I try to make it interactive, encouraging not only my students but ALL students to interact with the board.
This year, I offered extra credit to my United States History students who correctly identified all the women profiled in the bulletin board. I encouraged ALL students to interact with the bulletin board by offering a small prize to the first student who correctly identified all the women profiled in the bulletin board. This year I offered a gift card to our local bookstore as the prize!
This bundle includes 20 visually appealing posters highlighting influential women in government, literature, science, and human rights.
This poster set includes 20 posters, each highlighting a significant woman in history. Women highlighted in this poster set include:
Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Ida B. Wells, Malala Yousafzai, Dorothea Lange, and Maya Angelou. My second set of posters include: Amelia Earhart, Eleanor Roosevelt, Harriet Tubman, Rosa Parks, and Susan B. Anthony, Tammy Baldwin, Alice Paul, Sojourner Truth, Sonia Sotomayor, Ada Deer, Rachel Carson, Jane Goodall, Mae Jemison, Elizabeth Blackwell, and Marie Curie.
This resource also includes 32 task cards/ bell-ringers featuring quotes from the women profiled in this poster set.
These posters are a great way to spark a classroom conversation about prominent women in history. (I hang my posters in my classroom door window. My classroom is located in a "high traffic area." I love "catching" students looking at the posters and discussing them with their peers!
I teach United States History, Civil Rights History, and Social Studies at the high school and middle school level. I infuse the contributions of all five women profiled in these posters into the curriculum in a variety of ways including classroom discussions, videos, readings, etc. These posters are not intended to be the ONLY infusion of women's history into the classroom. They are intended to be a starting point.
I laminate my posters and task cards (to increase longevity and allow students to write responses on task cards using dry-erase markers.)
These posters can also be used to create bulletin board displays! Perfect for Back to School or Women's History Month! (I leave my Women in History posters up all year long!)