11.11.2012

Thanksgiving Bulletin Board

On Friday one of my awesome parent volunteers put together this adorable Thanksgiving bulletin board. {Can I just tell you that I have the BEST parent volunteers??!} Last week this wonderful parent volunteer sent home a feather with each student, that she pre-cut out of poster board. My students got to decorate their feathers with whatever and however they wanted to!!  They loved this homework assignment and had a lot of fun with it. Check out how darling all of the feathers turned out:


And how cute is that little turkey??


On a Side Note: This is what the view from my window has looked like all weekend! It literally hasn't stopped snowing since Friday morning. It has been so fun to stay home and watch it all happen from inside my nice cozy family room. Too bad I have to go out in it tomorrow morning!!

So Beautiful!!!


Happy Winter Fall, Sweet Friends!!!

If you have a post about your Thanksgiving bulletin board, leave a link in the comment section below!

14 comments:

  1. Wow! That is so pretty! We rarely see that much snow in the South. If we had that much, we wouldn't be having school on Monday. Love your bulletin board!

    Swimming into Second

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  2. I LOVE snow!!! But here in western Kentucky it doesn't snow until after Christmas! It's so peaceful! Love the Turkey!

    Kim
    LiteracySundae

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  3. The bulletin board is just adorable...thanks for the inspiration!! The snow...YIKES! I'm in South Florida and our weather couldn't be more opposite! I am not a fan of cold...but it sure looks beautiful! I have a Turkey Day linky party going on...stop by! THANKS!
    Gina
    Beach Sand and Lesson Plans

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  4. How in the world do you get one of these room moms? Seriously, I'm in year 10 and I've had 1 for 1 semester. I had a woman who would come in for 1 hour per week about 8 years ago, but my partner teacher was super-organized and had about 3 hours worth of coping for her to do. Needless to say, she put up 1 bulletin board for me and then spent the rest of her time at the copy machine.

    Maybe 2nd semester I'll ask for one to see if I can get any responses!

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  5. What an adorable turkey! It's so colorful and shows each child's individuality.

    The snow is beautiful! We NEVER see that in sunny AZ.:)

    Cindy
    Granny Goes to School

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  6. Your turkey came out adorable. I love the saying that you put on your board.

    ✰ Stacy

    Simpson Superstars

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  7. SNOW! That's a beautiful photo. We have gray and rain here in Oregon right now. Want to trade? :) Your turkey is amazing. I love that! :)
    Sarah
    Sarah's First Grade Snippets

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  8. Your turkey is ADorAble!!!
    Lory

    Lory's Page

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  9. LOVE your ideas! I made a turkey very similar to yours - I had my kiddos draw things they were thankful for on the feathers. I think it turned out pretty cool! Check it out - I just posted about it on my blog.

    Mr. First Grade

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  10. Oh Lindsey your photo is breathtaking! Here in Cali nothing says the holidays like 90 degree weather! Well actually, it did sprinkle yesterday (yippie) but we were in shorts and tank tops early this week. Where is fall!? Or better yet, bring on winter! I want to cozy up in some sweaters and sip a pumpkin spice latte!
    Your turkey is just fab. How awesome is that parent~love those! Thanksgiving blessings to you!
    ~Christy
    Fluttering Through First Grade

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  11. Lindsey what a beautiful picture and cute turkeys to boot. I posted earlier in the week about the fact family turkeys we made for our bulletin board, they turned out adorable. You can check them out at ataleof2firstgrades.blogspot.com

    Happy Thanksgiving

    ~Alison

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  12. Your bulletin board is awesome!! Just another reason why I posted your blog as one that I'm most thankful for! Check out my mention of your blog...head on over to my page!
    Look for "Thank you blogging world"!

    Thanks for sharing such wonderful ideas!!

    Dana

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thanks for the love ♥

 
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