A bulletin board reflects the yuletide spirit in a way that few other display options can. Though they are common in schools, you can have them in offices, cafeteria, libraries, churches, daycare, hospitals, too. Their complexities would vary depending on whether they are used in preschools, middle or high schools. The images would inspire you in the craft.
The supplies for this project are paper ornaments, red, black and decorative paper, scissors, yarn, glue, sequins, etc. It gives an effect of hanging X-mas ornaments. The red trim gives it a fancy edge.
Pre-k kids would love to make this red and green tree that
is made out of paper. The gifts at its base complete the look.
Catholics would love to put down their Christmas wishes on
this colorful bulletin board for Santa. If you want, you can also add sayings like,
have a sweet Christmas.
The simple yellow background makes the Christmas tree and
the nativity scene stand out. The fireplace cutout exudes warmth. It is a
delightful board that is dedicated to Jesus.
The yuletide spirit and winter go hand in hand. So you would
never be wrong with snowmen on your bulletin board. They have the names of the
children written on the circles in their bodies.
For this free Christian bulletin board idea, cut out the X-mas
tree of the desired shape out of paper and staple it on the bulletin board. You
can either make a long brown trunk of the tree or put gifts at its base.
Catch Santa making a list of nice students that he wants to
pay a visit, on this simple bulletin board. The tissue paper tree, yarn bows on
the presents, and the title of the board add to the fun. The arms of Santa give
the board a unique 3D effect.
Theme your X-mas bulletin board on Pete the Cat and it would
sure be a hit with kiddos. You can design it like below by cutting colored
paper. It would be a good idea to decorate it with the kids’ favorite part of
A countdown to
Christmas bulletin board would be a hit with the youngsters. Top it off with a
merry Christmas wish to ring in the festive spirit. It is quite educational as
it can be used by toddlers and first- grade children to learn numbers.
Some More Ideas on Christmas Bulletin Boards
Peanuts fans would love to put up a Snoopy themed bulletin
board for their classroom. It features the famous pet of Charlie Brown dozing over
his kennel. You can deck it with string lights.
This one is decorated with colorful paper lightbulbs. You
can have the names of the children written on them for a personal touch.
This bulletin board idea would inspire you to work out by
stressing the need for physical education. The antlers of the painted penguin
is adorned with sports balls and battery operated lights. The message sums it
Are you wondering about decorating your computer lab for the
holiday season? Cut out an X-mas tree and fix it to the board. Follow it up by
gluing CDs on top of it. A catchy title would have all the children hooked.
Minion lovers can design a bulletin board with cutouts of
their fave characters with Christmas caps on their heads. A catchy title ensures
all eyes are on the board.
Teachers can put up a religious bulletin board having
passages from the Bible in the library. A crib carrying baby Jesus with a star
on top looks apt. The wavy red fabric border adds to its looks. This one also
looks good in an infant room or your workplace.
Preschool teachers would have a helluva time making this
cute bulletin board themed on ‘Twas the Night before Christmas. It can also be
put up for Sunday schools.
The tutorials and pictures give you brilliant bulletin board décor ideas. You couldn’t agree more with us on that, by now. Involve kids in the craft to amplify the fun quotient of the activity. After all, Christmas is that time of the year when all in a family or a class partake of decorating the home or school beautifully. And bulletin boards allow you to do that and keep admiring your efforts for days.