Spring Bulletin Board Writing Activity

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Grade Levels
3rd - 5th
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I loved using this to have my students reflect on their growth throughout the year, and the bulletin board turned out SO cute.
My homeroom loved this project! They were so excited to see the bulletin board come together as they created their very own flowers.
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Bring the beauty of Spring into your classroom with this growth-mindset, spring bulletin board writing activity that works great for upper elementary students.

This spring bulletin board will accomplish three goals for your classroom:

1. Help your students reflect on how they’ve grown this school year.

2. Give students practice with their writing.

3. Make your bulletin board bright and colorful for the Spring!

There are different ways you can use this writing assignment:

1. To help students reflect on the ways they've grown and improved this school year.

2. As a review to go over things students have learned in each subject area.

3. To write accomplishments that students are proud of from this school year.

You can also use this resource as a SPRING KINDNESS writing activity by having students write kind things about their classmates that will be used as the flower petals.

The flower craftivity makes this a beautiful Spring bulletin board idea for your class.

Due to the type of reflection this resource requires, it best serves 3rd-5th grade students. HOWEVER, it can still be used for other grade levels depending on your students.


⭐What Other Teachers Are Saying:

  • My homeroom loved this project! They were so excited to see the bulletin board come together as they created their very own flowers. -Amber

  • This was a great activity to use with my students. I love that my students were able to think about the year and how they grew in each area. It made an adorable bulletin board that the kids enjoyed reading. -Michele

  • I love that my students could reflect upon themselves as we created a collective door decoration! Thank you for your time and effort to create this product! -Alyssa

  • This was a very fun and engaging spring bulletin board idea! It was great because it is a bulletin board that shows student work as well. -Alexandra

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26 pages
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