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LEARN SOMETHING NEW

Level: Primary, Junior
Grades: K-5 | Age: 5-11 | Written by: Paula Schinski
[Paula teaches at Midland School, in Paramus, NJ]
Summary:

Use the the words "Today is a Great Day to Learn Something New" as inspiration for decorating a bulletin board in your classroom.

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Notes from Paula:

This was a based upon a saying that I found in a teacher supply catalog, "Today is a Great Day to Learn Something New!" I worked a collage effect working with multi layers of poster paper, hand cut lettering, hand cut math symbols, puncuation marks, geometric shapes, and other objects that symbolize educational concepts. For the border I cut 15-20' strips of 6" wide bulletin board paper and stapled it to the board in a "ruffling/pleating" effect. By the way this board is 2, 10' boards side by side, so it is quite large. Looks really impressive as you walk into the building.

Recommended Books/Products:

Corrugated Upper Case Letters (pk/26)

Corrugated Upper Case Letters (pk/26)

Corrugated Upper Case letters. Perfect for crafts and tracing activities. 9", Package of 26.




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