Do winter bulletin boards give you the blues? Perk up! Grab a cup of steamy hot chocolate and enjoy our design inspirations. You’ll see so many ways to brighten your winter classroom or library, with styles from cute to sophisticated. Let’s take a look!
Beside the doorway is this bulletin board, with the punched train ticket (black circle die cuts). The artistic teacher that created this projected the pictures onto the wall and drew the design onto the butcher paper.
Do you have an outlet near your bulletin board? Then you can show your students how READING LIGHTS UP THE MIND! This was created at Milford High School in Nebraska.
Your winter decorations can extend to your door with a cute snowman like this one!
Or maybe your penguins want to chill around the lighted igloo at your door. Isn’t this cool?
Show off your beautiful wrapping paper and ribbon, together with colorful book covers, and wrap it all up with a big bow!
Bake up a fresh batch of smart cookies, using foil to create cookie sheets. Here’s a free printable if you want your students to create cookies like their favorite book characters!
Look! It’s Santa at the door!
Isn’t he handsome? Don’t you love his fluffy hair and beard?
Or how about some clever reindeer?
The kindergarten teachers at my school created this super display in their hallway.
See how the reindeer in the middle, with their eyes rolled innocently upward, are covering up the word “don’t,” changing the sign to “FEED reindeer?”
It reminds me of Click, Clack, Moo, where the cows outwit the farmer.
I’m always collecting new examples of winter bulletin board ideas on my Pinterest board. Check it out!
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If you have a photo on your blog or website of a great winter bulletin board, please send me the link in a comment. I’d love to share it and help inspire other teachers!