Tag Archives: winter

Snowflakes for Classroom Displays

Make a Snowflake Display Classroom Displays group member Natalie was having a difficult day in her library so she abandoned her plans and made snowflakes with her students instead.  Natalie used instructions from another well known site but if she had searched the Classroom Displays group she would have found this really useful tutorial for the same design from another member, Liz. Click on the image to go to LizMarie’s detailed instructions. I made these snowflakes myself from LizMarie’s tutorial with a year 3 class…

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January hallway display: “We’ll frolic and play, the Eskimo way”

Amazon.co.uk Widgets Classroom Displays reader Michaele has more about this lovely January display over at her blog Kindergarten’s 3 R’s:. Her kindergarten students were curious about her ethnic origins and spent some time over November and December exploring Eskimo culture. I think this display is a wonderful example of using positive images and information to undermine stereotyping. It’s exactly the sort of thing my NCFE2 teaching assistant students have just been looking for examples of for their Unit 2 assignment. It also shows that even…

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Snow Dudes 2008 – updated

I blogged a great version of this Snow Dudes classroom display last January. The new one is a slightly different, darker take on the subject. Debbie says: I have some bulletin boards that I do year after year because I love them so much. This is one of them. My Snow Dudes board is one of my favorites! We read a book called “Snow Dude” and then make our own dudes with mini books. This year I actually had to have a few kids re-do…

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