Word Walls are essential in any Elementary classroom. Be creative and search around your room to see which space would be best for your Word Wall. It should allow for all letters of the Alphabet, as well as be clearly read from anywhere in the room

I like the layout of this word wall. too many colors for this coming year, need to tone it down a bit. from: Melanie's Muses: April 2010

bulletin board border using paint samples

Bulletin Boards 2013-14

DIY bulletin board border using paint samples. All in one color family would be easier on my eyes

Mall-ard's Marvelous Menu: Letter Combinations and Blends Chart

Anchor Chart: Letter Combinations and Blends Chart. This chart is a helpful tool for students to learn letter combinations as well as a visual and an example for them to see it.

JPEG image - The numeracy wall - lots of helpful advice - counting in 5's and 10's, 2D and 3D shapes and more! ...

JPEG image - The numeracy wall - lots of helpful advice - counting in and and shapes and more!

Teacher's Pet - FREE Classroom Display Resources for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2)

Learning and understanding a narrative story. Great resource to break down how to approach learning components of a story in the early years.


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