GRADE 2 Bulletin Board Display – 4th Quarter | DepEd Club Compilation

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Some Advice for Bulletin Board Displays

Frequently changing bulletin board displays keeps them interesting and current. Classroom displays require upkeep and needs to be updated. If something becomes damaged, loose, or disorganized, keep up with the repairs. Encourage learners to bring in unique items and images to exhibit to harness their creative participation. Consider the students’ eye level, especially while they are seated at their desks if the display on the bulletin board is intended for the entire class. Always consider the visibility of your bulletin board displays.

Title your bulletin board displays. If explanations and other directional markers, such as points, are useful, include them. Keep an eye out for creative display ideas when you visit other schools and classes. Observe how other teachers construct their bulletin board displays. You can also find inspiration and guidance for classroom displays online. You can cut paper into arrows as bullet points. Making pointers on a display with colorful string or wool strung between two drawing pins is another effective method.

When wall space is exceptional, hanging display items from a string line that is fastened with pegs or clips is an effective method of creating bulletin board displays. Binder string or jute makes a great line since it is simple to extend out so widely that staples can be used instead of pegs or clips.

If accessible and appropriate, use guidelines or stencils when creating handwritten headings and labels for displays. Guidelines should be lightly drawn in pencil, then erased. When creating titles and labels on a computer, pick the right typeface. Some fonts are simpler for young children to read than others. When selecting a typeface to work with young children, pay close attention to the letter fonts that include letters that resemble their handwritten counterparts. Font styles and font sizes can be impactful on the effectivity of the bulletin board displays.

GRADE 2 Bulletin Board Display – 4th Quarter | DepEd Club Compilation


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