Winter Interactive Bulletin Board

I should have posted this sooner.. but I forgot and it did snow over spring break and there is a chance of snow again tonight, so snowmen are still possible! Though maybe not as wanted as spring showers :)

There were a few more snowflakes, but I forgot to take pictures until it was time for Mr. Snowman to come down.

This bulletin board was pretty simple to make. Just create a snowman and add some snowflakes. The cool part about this board is that when you cut out the snowflakes fold the paper over and cut so that the tow sides are still attached together.

Easy way to make a self-checking and interactive bulletin board display!

Here's hoping that April holds more showers than snowstorms! Now to think of something more springy for my bulletin board!


  1. What a great idea! This will definitely get the students to actually interact with the boards instead of ignoring them (like mine have a tendency to do). Great for early finishers, too! Thanks for sharing.

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  2. I love that idea. It would be easy to change up the problems often as well. Pinning for next winter!

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  3. What a great idea!
    I've always loved interactive bulletin boards. Unfortunately the boards in my room this year are too high for the kiddos to be able to play with them. However, I'm storing this picture away for another year! :)

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  4. Hi! I Love this idea! How did you make the hat?

  5. Hi! I Love this idea! How did you make the hat?

  6. Hi there! My very talented para that year free handed it!! Crazy how talented she is. You might be able to make one of the pictures bigger and trace it? Or find one similar on google images to use as a pattern? Sorry I can't be more helpful!



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