DIY “Magic Words” for Bulletin Boards

DIY “Magic Words” for Bulletin Boards

Hello and happy Saturday. The other day I was getting ready for school and decided to organize some of my stuff.

You see, I have this box where I keep all the flash cards and other resources I’ve created throughout the years, including some “magic words” I’d probably kept to decorate a bulletin board someday.

I decided to take those words to school to place in my Pre-K boards. Of course, I needed more words because I had two classrooms to decorate, and I thought it would be a good idea to write this post and share with you how I’m using them. Let’s get started, shall we?

I got the words from Doodle Art Alley  and selected my favorite. I printed them in a smaller scale because they are the size of a whole page, then colored them using markers, glued them to cardboard, laminated them and then cut the outlines.

Personally, I love these “magic words” because I feel they can go in a bulletin board that you can just add to throughout the year. The words are very powerful and I think they can generate a discussion in the classroom, especially if you’re working with older kids.

The fact that they’re laminated will allow you to keep them and use them over the years, and you can also have each of your students color one word and it’ll be cooperative work.

What “magic word” would you add to our board and why? Let me know in the comments!

Happy teaching!

Love, Miss Camila

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