Thursday, 17 September 2020

Birthday Bulletin Board Ideas


Don't you love making birthday bulletin boards in your cassroom? When each students sees his/her name on a special symbol for his/her birth month, that is a special moment. For students, they get to value their own birthday and birth month, and join in celebrating with the other students for everyone's birthday. This post may be about birthday bulletin boards but it's also for doors and walls. You can get editable printable birthday bulletin boards here in the form of interactive pictographs. The examples below can be found on Amazon.

I love to find awesome classroon decor ideas. As an Amazon affiliate, I may earn a commision for purchases using my links. Learn more. The ideas and paid links below are based on Amazon finds that are great for making birthday bulletin boards.


   
Confetti Birthday Bulletin board (#ad). The scribble framed birthday bulletin board was created by merging scribble borders (#ad), labels (#ad), and letters (#ad). 

 


This is a complete set for an ice-cream themed birthday bulletin board.

 
You can mix and match birthday cut-outs (#ad) with birthday party decoations to create a unique display. By the way, when making bulletin boards, you have to have the best tools. I put together some helpful laminating tips in this blog post.



As we are on the topic of birthdays, you may also be interested in this Birthday Joke Book for Kids in paperback and Kindle (#ad). I enjoyed making it for classrooms.


I found these cute birthday stickers for students. Each student gets to wear one on his/her birthday. The birthday student can also wear a birthday crown. You can also have some birthday pencils set aside for birthday kids.

More ideas will be added soon.

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