Some had just a few stamped on the strips, while others had a huge amount of snowflakes!Simple steps to create BORDERS for Bulletin boards in school
No more! However, letting the kiddos make the borders is just as cute as the pre-made borders, if not cuter!
I put the cookie cutters next to the plate, along with strips of red paper. Break up table spaces and give each child his own workspace. Grade PreK-5.
My students go through them like they are going out of style. Grade 1-6.
Butcher Ropes and Braids. You can even cut words into the paper edges, to make an interesting title around the board. How I assembled the borders: Meghan Everette. Snap pictures while students are working on the project to be featured on the board. Have you ever created a bulletin board, or borders, like this?
Use plain boxes turned into dioramas or temporary shelves to display student work. They can be done for as little as nine cents each in some places! Cover an air unit with butcher paper and add a border.
Adding a border to paper can turn any area into a bulletin board. I think it looks very festive.
More About. Then trim the edges in fun shapes or easy patterns.