Kindergarten Bulletin Boards

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Kindergarten Bulletin Boards

Stephany FryKindergarten

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What better way to give your room the joy factor than by popping with color? All of my bulletin boards and my wall space use astrobrights to brighten up our space and highlight our learning.

Instead of buying letters I print letters with either solid black ink or and outline onto astrobright paper. I love that I have a variety of options and I can always get the exact look I want. This year instead of cutting out individual letters I created bunting and I am loving the new look.

In addition to lettering I have used colorful paper to create spaces to hold our work, bunting for bulletin boards and as a way to save on ink when creating materials. The job chart was printed directly onto astrobright paper to save on colored ink! Even our library, tables and reading teams are color coordinated. The other kindergarten teachers have said that my room definitely wins for joy factor this year.

What better way to give your room the joy factor than by popping with color? All of my bulletin boards and my wall space use astrobrights to brighten up our space and highlight our learning.

Instead of buying letters I print letters with either solid black ink or and outline onto astrobright paper. I love that I have a variety of options and I can always get the exact look I want. This year instead of cutting out individual letters I created bunting and I am loving the new look.

In addition to lettering I have used colorful paper to create spaces to hold our work, bunting for bulletin boards and as a way to save on ink when creating materials. The job chart was printed directly onto astrobright paper to save on colored ink! Even our library, tables and reading teams are color coordinated. The other kindergarten teachers have said that my room definitely wins for joy factor this year.