Monday, 27 June 2022

Christian Bulletin Boards

Not that many years ago, I taught at an Anglican school locally. It was at that school that I did most of my teaching. We have many denominational schools here so Christianity is freely practiced at the Christian schools and the government schools. I thought that teachers might need inspiration for making faith based bulletin boards in the classrooms (where allowed). And this post is also for Sunday school teachers to find ideas for making Christian Bulletin Boards.

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Let Your Light Shine Bulletin Board: The first bulletin board is great for young children with its fireflies and stars. The black background represents the night sky. Each firefly cutout has a child's name on it. To recreate this bulletin board, you will need the grass border trim, star cut outs, a black bulletin board paper roll, tent cut outs, and yellow letter cut outs. The second bulletin board used this dark bulletin board paper with brown paper for the tree. 

Loving God and Loving People: The middleschool teacher that made this bulletin board used her Cricut to cut out the letters from this multicolored cardstock.

Christmas Navity Bulletin Board: This star lit sky bulletin board paper was used a the background in this Nativity bulletin board.

We are God's Masterpiece Bulletin Board: A huge rainbow paintbrush was made for this bulletin board with a matching rainbow border.

A 'Teach Children to Love Jesus' Bulletin Board: This flowery Sunday School bulletin board reads 'If we don't teach our children to love Jesus, the world will teach them not to'. You can recreate it with these sunflower docorations, large flowers, orange tassels, tissue pumpkins, Fall leaves, and wood bulletin board paper.

Hungry for God's Word: This is a Springtime Sunday School bulletin board. Green tissue pompoms were used to make the leaves of the tree.

You are a Piece of God's Plan: This complete bulletin board set has the leters, border trim, puzzle piece cut-outs, and the cross.

J is for JESUS bulletin board: This J is for JESUS bulletin board shows all the little candy cane 'J's with the baby Jesus nestled in the curve of the J. The star at the top could be to remind students that the lower case J needs to be dotted. Each candy cane is hung with magnetic hooks along the window frame.

Jesus Lifts Us Up bulletin board: Hot air balloons add to the theme of this bulletin board with both 2D balloons like these, and 3D balloons.

For making your bulletin boards stay up on cinder block walls, I have some helpful tips in this blog post.

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