GRADE 1 Bulletin Board Display – 4th Quarter | DepEd Club Compilation

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Bulletin Board Displays and Learning Areas

In a classroom setting, many learning spaces, such bulletin board displays, are present. Throughout the course of the year, certain areas won’t change, while others may as circumstances demand. The administration of various spaces in the classroom will depend on the available space.

Reading Room. Students have the option to make individual decisions and enjoy print resources in this section of the classroom. Daily access to familiar and preferred reading resources, such as illustrated books, short stories, informational texts, topic books, big books, magazines, and newspapers, should be allowed for students. Students have the option of participating in literacy activities alone or with another student in this space.

Writing Area. It is crucial for a student’s literacy development to have a defined space and enough of time to explore writing. Exposure to writing instruments and supplies will present chances for print discovery and the improvement of writing abilities. Numerous items in this area will give students something to write about. Each student’s work will demonstrate where he or she is in their writing growth. Each student should be urged to read what they have written and told that their message is important.

Numeracy Area. Students can find a range of arithmetic games, manipulatives, and other engaging items in this area that promote learning objectives in math. Students have the option to actively participate in their learning through activities that encourage active participation, such as counting things, presenting number chants, pouring liquids into containers, or contrasting quantities on a pan balance scale to identify the ideas of more and less. Students should be able to easily and freely access the materials used to aid in ongoing Math courses thanks to the physical organization of the contents in this area. It will encourage independence and organization in the classroom if students are expected to return their materials to the appropriate places. To keep a space orderly, containers for organizing should be labeled with images of manipulatives.

Art Area. It’s crucial to designate a space in the classroom where children can express themselves through a range of creative mediums. Encourage your students to use their own artwork as a creative outlet. The successful completion of original works encourages pupils to apply their creativity and problem-solving skills. When students are compelled to make identical projects constructed from repeatable patterns, their chances to engage with creativity are not maximized. Students should have the chance to experiment, investigate, and express their thoughts and feelings through their own works of art in an art area.

GRADE 1 Bulletin Board Display – 4th Quarter | DepEd Club Compilation


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