Bulletin boards are a great way to decorate a hallway or public area and educate or entertain at the same time. Please share your best bulletin board ideas and explore the boards others have submitted.




Giving Thanks – Interactive Bulletin Board

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Description: Residents submit paper turkeys on which they can express their thanks for something or someone and you then post them on a bulletin board or a central place on the hall. Instructions: **A fun idea for November** Before beginning the program, type up a…

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Weather Board

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Elizabeth emsuter@bgnet.bgsu.edu Bowling Green State University Description: This is an easy board if you are good at updating. It is simply a chart of what the weather will be like in your area for the day. It can be as basic or elaborate as you…

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Make a Card, Make a Child Smile

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Name: Shake Sulikyan School: Clark University email: Clarkugirl@aol.com Description: Make cards for different holidays. Send the cards to the local children's hospital. Instructions/Things Needed: Construction Paper Markers Glitter Stickers Pencils Scissors Other Considerations: Remember to be PC. Make the cards well before the holiday, to…

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Board of Free Speech

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Description: This is REALLY simple, and it is a big hit with my girls. All you do is tape a big piece of butcher block paper to the wall and write "Board of Free Speech" and a topic. Instructions/Things Needed: A big piece of paper,…

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Congratulations/Happy Birthday/Programming Bulletin Board

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Description: This bulletin board is a three way advertising tool that congratulates residents on school achievements, engagements and other accomplishments. The Happy Birthday part has monthly birthdays and the other part has program flyers, campus wide activities posted. Instructions/Things Needed: butcher paper, letters that are…

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