December 02, 2021

Winter Bulletin Board 2021

At the bottom of this post you will see a variety of winter boards I have done.  It is not all of them, but a cross section of a variety I've done with my students.  However, I was kind of over the villages, snowmen, and such.  This year I wanted to do something different.  Something I've never done before.  I decided to go for an icy feel, but used flowers as the theme.  I'm also still trying to build some skills that were not covered/not reinforced due to many of our student(200+) being virtual for a year and a half. Cutting and gluing really suffered!  So I'm providing opportunities to work on some of the missed skills. I really love the way it turned out. 

Here are the boards from past years! The ones at the bottom were my first couple years doing them....I feel they've improved a great deal over time.  I've learned how to assign parts to different classes, and bring in a variety of ideas, techniques, and skill development.

I loved this board!  It had such a story book feel to it! 
I was tired of all the bright colors...and thought it would be fun to do black & white/gray tones.

This one was inspired by the Little White Owl (This was the first year I had read it to my students, and thought it would be super fun for a board! I think this was 2013)\


  1. These are all stunning and I love how collaborative it is. What size is your bulletin board?

    1. This is in the main hall out from the is pretty big.. about 10 ft I think?