Are you looking for bulletin board ideas to use in your classroom? Check out this design that will be relevant all year! Use the same "bones" all year, and just add the title, rBook or ReaL Book Intro page, workshop components, and standards. Ready to begin your next workshop? It is easy and quick to update the display.
I'm sure you could create this design without the page protectors, and save money. However, I chose to use them because it is neater than stapling and I can store the pieces behind the cardstock for both past and future workshops, making it easier to switch topics. In fact, I was able to leave the entire BB up over the summer (covered with newspaper), so when I return, all I have to do is insert my Workshop 1 pages and it is ready for BTS.
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Because I need to display two different rBook Workshops on one bulletin board (I teach two levels of READ 180), I cannot fit the workshop vocabulary words on the bulletin board. Instead, I post our vocabulary words above the bulletin board, as shown ABOVE.
However, if you have a large enough bulletin board, you could display the vocabulary words on the bulletin board, see the last image - my inspiration!
I mentioned that I teach two levels of READ 180. Here is the full bulletin board set-up for both of my courses.
My Inspiration. Thank You, Shelley Kernan-Sinner!
This bulletin board design was adapted from Shelley Kernan-Sinner's Pinterest post.