Fall or Halloween Classroom Decoration and Kids Craft #halloweenbulletinboards
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Fall or Halloween Classroom Decoration and Kids Craft #halloweenbulletinboards

Fall or Halloween Classroom Decoration and Kids Craft

Photo Source: Mrs. Smith Glyphs offer a fun and unique way to collect and display data. We found this adorable pumpkin glyph bulletin board at Mrs. Smith's first grade classroom page and thought it would make a festive fall display for any early childhood classroom! Pumpkin Glyphs Create a list of questions for your kiddos to answer... Have you ever eaten pumpkin seeds? Which do you like better - chocolate, caramels, or candy corn? What kind of Halloween stories do you prefer - scary, funny, or gross? As with any glyph, the way students answer each of the questions, determines the materials used when decorating their pumpkin cutout. For instance, a "yes" answer to the first question might result in dark green leaves, while a "no" answer results in light/lime green leaves. Take a look at these awesome scarecrow glyph crafts too! The bulletin board would look cute with some of these as well! Photo Source: Mrs. Smith Pumpkin Glyph Bulletin Board Background: Black bulletin board paper. Title: "Fall Fun!" Border: Complimentary solid color trimmer or Halloween border. Decoration: Use your kiddos' pumpkin glyph crafts! Thanks so much for stopping by! We love hearing from you, so be sure to leave us a comment below or catch up with us on Facebook!


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