Interactive Bulletin Boards

Who’s Who?

This is a great beginning of the year activity that will help students get to know each other. Have students draw a self-portrait using mirrors. You will probably want to make this a full-blown lesson providing example self-portraits famous artists have done. Using 5x7" index cards, have students write their name and information about themselves on one side. Attach a photograph of the student to the other side of the card. Punch holes in the top center of these cards. Mount the self-portraits on construction paper and attach to a bulletin board. Pin tacks in the center of the bottom of each portrait. Make a pocket out of tagboard to keep the cards in and attach this to a corner of the bulletin board. Students can match the names of their classmates to the portraits and then check themselves by looking at the photographs provided.

More Interactive Bulletin Boards Ideas

Symmetrical vs. Asymmetrical
Time Zones
The Human Body
How do you like your eggs?
Show and Know Your Fractions
Valentine’s Scramble
Art Styles
Fairytale Map
Animal Classification
Learning Another Language
Sorting Leaves
Icebreaker Puzzle
Fruit or Vegetable
FLU Chart
Instant Messaging
Long Division
Show Me The Money
Group Story-Making
Immigration to America
Name Those Bones
Age of Exploration Timeline
Crossword Puzzle
World Landmarks
Cool School Sites
Secret Message
Flags of the Olympics
Telling Time
Habitat Connection
Foods of the World
Flags of The World
Millennium Around the World
Musical Notes
Graphing Names
Who’s Who
Name that Sport
Match the Picture to the Word
Where in the World?
Turkey Probability
Labeling Cells
Axis & Allies
President Matching
Parts of a Sentence
Who’s Who in the Age of Exploration?
Who’s Who?
Classification Train
Weights and Balances
Pin the Stem on the Pumpkin