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Friday, March 4, 2016

February and March bulletin boards

I've been incredibly lax this year when it comes to blogging and I apologize!

To get back into the swing of things, here are the boards I created for February and March! These boards are found around the school and are interactive for student/ parent/ teacher involvement. This year, I used the same February boards and activities from last year. It just seemed easier since our testing days have been... crazy... to say the least.

February Boards: Black History Month

Martin Luther King Jr.

George Washington Carver

Harriet Tubman
 If you'd like these boards- you can get the QR codes (HERE) and the activities (HERE).

March Boards: 
Dr. Seuss' birthday and ClassDojo: Growth Mindset

Dr. Seuss 
Find file (HERE)

Growth Mindset QR codes (HERE)
Unfortunately, I can't share the other Dojo materials because I didn't make them. However, you can contact your ClassDojo school mentor and he/she should be able to get you the materials. You can also join the ClassDojo teacher Facebook page to find awesome materials!
Go (HERE) to get the Growth Mindset Circles! 

I just got the March boards up today, so we'll see on Monday how everyone likes them!

1 comment:

  1. Hello General Delk I had stumbled upon your blog very recently and I found your posts pretty interesting to read. This one in particular is an amazing example of how History can be made interesting to all children. I also would like to share with you what I am working on. A few of my friends and I are building an app for teachers like you who care so deeply about their students. While building this app, we need your help to make sure that we focus on the things that are most important to teachers like you. Do share your feedback with me. We know that teachers like you are really busy so we have made sure that the survey takes only two minutes to complete:

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