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Bulletin Boards : Seasons > Spring

Hands up for Spring added 8-8-98 Original Author Unknown

The children press their painted hand prints on a large newsprint paper using
shades of green paint in the shape of the top of a tree with the hand prints as the
leaves. You can start with the green right from the bottle and add white as the
paint gets used. This makes various shades of green. The trunk of the tree is painted
brown after the hand print tree top is dried and hung.

Spring is here! added 6-7-01 Submitted by: Kathy Mulholland

Create a spring scene:
1.  Have kids make caterpillars out of socks.
2.  Have kids plant seeds in Ziploc bags.

Pin up the seed bags on the bulletin board in various places and use green construction paper underneath each bag to represent grass.  Also pin the caterpillars on pieces of "grass".  You can also add butterflies and/or flowers that the kids have made.

New spin on Spring added 6-7-01 Submitted by: Christa Leader

Most teacher spend a lot of time making flowers with their kids when Spring arrives, and I am no exception!  I use these flowers as the beginning of my favorite mural.  I use a blue background.  The flowers go at the bottom with some grass, maybe some bugs, and a white picket fence.  You can even buy a picket fence border at the teacher store.  At the top, I make a tee-shirt or a pair of overalls for each child, write their name on them, and hang the clothing on a clothesline!  A regular piece of string becomes a clothesline, and you can buy miniature wooden clothespins at an art store.  I got mine at AC Moore.  This is the most adorable bulletin board, parents and other teachers compliment this one more than any other!

Bloom Where You're Planted added 2-18-02 
Submitted by
: Karen Elizabeth Saint

Every year my class plants a garden.  We talk about the parts of the flower, seeds, and what makes them grow.  As an extension, we make a bulletin board with 1/4 green bulletin board paper on the bottom, and 3/4 blue paper on the top.  The children paint and cut out their flowers, which are applied to the top of the green section.  We also paint and cut out clouds, a sun, and rain drops.  I cut out letters to read "Bloom Where You're Planted".  It is very colorful, and takes up a great deal of wall space. 

Spring Has Sprung added 3-31-02 Submitted by: Jackie Kidder

Make a bulletin board with the help of your preschool class.  Color pictures of frogs and attached them to the bulletin board with pipe cleaners made into springs.  Take a half of a pipe cleaner and wrapped it around a pencil to make it look like a spring.  Attached one side of the spring (pipe cleaner) to the bulletin board and the other side to the frogs making it look like the frogs were springing off the lily pads.  Add the words "Spring Has Sprung."  When you walk past the board  the frogs bounce with the air moving and the children love it. 

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