PreK—K , 1—2 , 3—5 , 6—8. Using butcher paper that is larger than your bulletin board, paste it onto the board so that it is flowing over the corners.
You can use them as rewards for jobs well done or create instant dress-up for plays. Fall poetry is framed by fake leaves, and leftover ticket rolls from festivals make cute borders too.
Keep it all current and thematic by changing your dividers to match the season. Staple the folded corner and let the top fan outward. I used mine for a Harry Houdini-themed board, but they can add magic to any topic.
The bonus is a wider border, meaning less space you have to fill on the board! Use race cars, or any other image related to your board's topic.
Cut the fronts off different cereal boxes for a bright and happy look.
No more! You can create ruffled boarders with cheap streamers. Cover tack strips with a border for a more finished and attractive hanging space. When displaying our Snowman Construction Company, students learned symmetry by cutting snowflakes, which then served as our border.
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Grades PreK—K , 1—2 , 3—5 , 6—8. This is a lifesaver around the back of my desk where pens fall past the computer into a wasteland. They can be done for as little as nine cents each in some places!