A bulletin board about the history of books. This tied in with Thanksgiving (the turkey is saying "Be thankful for good books." To make the turkeys I bought old ties at a thrift store and cut them to the right length. The turkey bodies are made of butcher paper. The timeline features pictures of ancient tables, printing presses, books, and eBooks.
A library bulletin board that featured various reasons to read. Flowers were made by cutting circles with jagged edges out of old newspapers and then layering the circles together
This Valentine's Day bulletin board featured various authors and the things that they love. I painted the hearts on white butcher paper using acrylic paints and then cut them out.
close up of Valentine's bulletin board
This was a small bulletin board made with purchased pictures, stretched string, and designs drawn with sharpie marker.
This bulletin board served as a way to track student participation in Battle of the Books and was a place for students to get information about it.
This bulletin board features information about Hispanic authors. The designs were made by stretch and stapling highly textured yarn.
Close up of the turkeys
This bulletin board explained what each book award was for. It included pictures of the medals and current winners.
The genres on these penguins corresponded with signs on hats around the library so students could find different kinds of books. I painted the penguins on white butcher paper using acrylic paints.
This bulletin board features different poets and some of their books
This bulletin board was targeted at reluctant readers and was posted near a display of high-interest/low-level books.